Exploring Financial Wellbeing

Exploring Financial Wellbeing

This special issue provides confirmation for the academic interest in understanding factors that contribute to financial well-being. The eight articles selected for this special issue explore a range of variables as antecedents of financial well-being in different countries. These antecedent variables range from personal factors such as objective and subjective knowledge, financial literacy, and credit card self-efficacy, to institutional factors such as bank information transparency. This special issue also provides a summary of antecedents along with the country used as a study context in each article.

“Exploring the antecedents of financial well-being: Where we are and where we go from here”,Can gamification improve financial behavior? The moderating role of app expertise,Credit card literacy and financial well-being of college students: a moderated mediation model of self-efficacy and credit card number,Development and validation of financial well-being related scales,Improving financial literacy in College of business students: modernizing delivery tools,Income security, social comparisons and materialism: determinants of subjective financial well-being among Indian adults,Investigating the transformative impact of bank transparency on consumers’ financial well-being,Personal factors as antecedents of perceived financial well-being: evidence from Brazil,Subjective financial knowledge, prudent behaviour and income – the predictors of financial well-being in Estonia

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