Knowledge about past and present financial crises in relation to financial education
Agnes Csiszarik-Kocsir (),
Janos Varga () and
Monika Garai-Fodor ()
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Agnes Csiszarik-Kocsir: PhD, habil., Associate Professor, Deputy Dean of Research University of Óbuda, Károly Keleti Faculty of Economics
Janos Varga: PhD, Associate Professor, Deputy Director of the Institute University of Óbuda, Károly Keleti Faculty of Economics
Monika Garai-Fodor: PhD, habil., Associate Professor, Dean University of Óbuda, Károly Keleti Faculty of Economics
Public Finance Quarterly, 2021, vol. 66, issue 2, 211 - 231
The crises of the past provide us a plenty of additional information to the understand the crises of the present. The crises in the past and the present have gone through very typical developmental phases in terms of their unfolding, which has already been highlighted in several studies. For this reason, it is important to know their development and operation, thus reducing the probability of future crises. It is also important to be able to distinguish the bubble from the crisis, which only occurs when the bubble bursts. However, when this happens, the effects directly or indirectly reach everyone. The level and the development of financial literacy has been a challenge not only in Hungary but also worldwide for many years. In this process, we try to understand the financial markets and to describe the tools, but how important is to discussing previous crises? In this study, we try to shed light on the knowledge of past and present crises and the related circumstances, paying a close attention on their effects in a connection of the previous financial studies with the results of a questionnaire survey conducted in 2020, basing it on extensive literature research. Our goal is to show the shortcomings of financial education, what is so important in identifying and managing crisis areas that are constantly present in the economy.
Keywords: crisis; bubble; financial education; financial literacy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: A20 E69 G01 N80 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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