SSHM Dr Debbie Price’s challenging latest paper on “Financing later life: why financial capability agendas may be problematic”
This question was posed on the Pension Play Pen Linked in Group by Jonathan Lawlor, a distinguished actuary and someone who thinks about these matters with an independent mind.
He had been reading a new paper by Debora Price “Financing later life: why financial capability agendas may be problematic:” which states
There is “no evidence that financial education has any substantive long term impact on financial outcomes”
There are a number of challenging thoughts in the paper:
” we see that it is individuals that must change their behaviour to meet the needs of the market, rather than the other way round……
They are no longer citizens of equal value to the State but now consumers who must play their various responsible parts in the functioning of the financial services industry”.
It is language like this that serves to construct failures in the government project for the provision of financial…
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