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Characterizing Financial Literacy in light of Primary and Secondary School Syllabus in Tanzania
preprintposted on 18.03.2019, 16:02 by JUMA BUHIMILA MABULAJUMA BUHIMILA MABULA, Han-Ping Dong
This study focused on reviewing and benchmarking how Tanzania primary and secondary school curriculum able to impart personal financial knowledge and skills to the young generation. Stressing the need and the importance of personal financial literacy at young age. Approach: among other aspects the review uses jumpstart coalition financial literacy standards to assess the adequacy of the syllabus to impart personal financial literacy
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Lead author countryChina
Lead author job rolePhD Student
Lead author institutionHarbin Institute of technology
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