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The Sound of Economics | Bruegel | March 24, 2021
Summary: Bruegel’s podcast talks about the gender gap in financial literacy, and our new research that breaks down how both confidence and knowledge contribute to this gender gap.
Moolala: Money Made Simple | March 20, 2021
Summary: This podcast talks about the gender gap in financial literacy. Director Lusardi talks shares our new research that breaks down how both confidence and knowledge contribute to this gender gap.
The WealthAbility Show | August 19, 2020
Summary: The podcast talks about why income and wealth inequality is growing and why it’s a problem for the poor, middle class and wealthy, including offering solutions to address the issue.
Morningstar | February 19, 2020
Summary: This podcast talks about the state of financial literacy in the United States, income inequality across communities, and the impact of financial education.
Freakonomics Radio | July 17, 2018
Summary: This podcast explores the idea that most problems are solved by more education — except when they’re not. Director Lusardi explains that financial education is the path forward to a more financially literate world.
The Sound of Economics | Bruegel | June 19, 2018
Summary: Bruegel, the think tank, asks Director Lusardi about the state of financial literacy in Europe and its consequences.
Annamaria Lusardi previously made a presentation at the Bruegel event, ‘The Importance of Being Financially Literate,’ on May 15, 2018. Click here to learn more and watch her presentation.
WSJ Your Money Briefing | June 10, 2018
Summary: Does the convenience of mobile payments diminish consumers’ financial literacy? George Washington University School of Business’s Annamaria Lusardi discusses how a significant level of financial awareness is removed when making payments via devices.
Gallup | June 4, 2018
Summary: Many Americans don’t think about retirement until it looms in their immediate future. So how confident are Americans that they will have enough money when they retire? And how much are they relying on Social Security and 401(k)s? When is the ideal time to withdraw from Social Security? And what can we do to increase Americans’ financial literacy? Annamaria Lusardi, Denit Trust Chair of Economics & Accountancy at the George Washington University School of Business, joins the podcast to discuss these questions and others.
Freakonomics | August 2, 2017
Summary: The bad news: roughly 70 percent of Americans are financially illiterate. The good news: all the important stuff can fit on one index card. Here’s how to become your own financial superhero.
The MoneyZen Podcast | December 21, 2016
Summary: Manisha Thakor talks with Director Lusardi about financially fragile groups and how low financial literacy affects the economy.
The Motley Fool | October 5, 2016
Summary: David Allen interviews Director Lusardi to discuss why financial literacy is such an important subject.
Freakonomics | October 8, 2015
Summary: When one athlete turned pro, his mom asked him for $1 million. Our modern sensibilities tell us she doesn’t have a case. But should she?
Podomatic | October 21, 2012
Summary: Dr. Annamaria Lusardi is all about encouraging young and not so young people to become financially literate and take the hope out of retirement planning and turn it into that certainty you deserve.
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