Olivia Mitchell: “La persistente falta de conocimiento financiero ha contribuido al escepticismo de muchos chilenos sobre el sistema de pensiones”

Poor financial literacy is a major reason why people haven’t saved or invested more, and also why they have withdrawn so much from their pensions, Wharton Prof. Olivia S. Mitchell explains, discussing the struggles of the Chilean retirement system. Via La Tercera.Read More

Financial Well-Being of Underrepresented Women

Workplace-sponsored financial education programs, as well as programs targeted to the specific circumstances of Black and Hispanic women, would boost financial literacy far more than a one-size-fits-all approach, explains Wharton Prof. Olivia S. Mitchell to Julie Stich of IFEBP. Paper here: Financial Well-being among Black and Hispanic WomenRead More

Remaking Retirement: Debt in an Aging Economy

Wharton Prof. Olivia S. Mitchell will discuss her recent book, ‘Remaking Retirement: Debt in an Aging Economy’ at the European Banking Federation’s 2021 European Money Week, Tuesday 23 March at 16:00 CET/11 AM EDT, ‘Financial Security at an Older Age: What Do We Need to Prepare For?’ Full event schedule and to register: https://www.ebf.eu/ebf-events/Read More

Are you financially fragile, or could you soon be? Take this quiz to find out

Financial literacy is even more important in times of economic uncertainty. This quiz, written by Prof. Annamaria Lusardi of GWU and based on work with Profs. Olivia S. Mitchell of Wharton and Robert Clark of NC State Poole College of Management, can help you test your financial savvy. Via CNBC.Read More