Financial support for this project provided by an Excellence in Economic Education subgrant from the Council for Economic Education through funding from the United States Department of Education, Office of Innovation. The authors thank Jeri Mangum of the MSU College of Business, for financial oversight of this project, and Wolfgang Frese of the MSU Social Science Research Center's Survey Research Unit for oversight of the data collection. Finally, thanks to Marybeth Grimes for editorial assistance.
High School Economic Education and Access to Financial Services
Version of Record online: 1 JUN 2010
Copyright 2010 by The American Council on Consumer Interests
Journal of Consumer Affairs
Special Issue: Financial Literacy
Volume 44, Issue 2, pages 317–335, Summer 2010
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GRIMES, P. W., ROGERS, K. E. and SMITH, R. C. (2010), High School Economic Education and Access to Financial Services. Journal of Consumer Affairs, 44: 317–335. doi: 10.1111/j.1745-6606.2010.01171.x
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