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2013, № 8 (157)



Orgeeva M.E. FINANCIAL RISK ASSESSMENT AS PART OF PREPARATION OF FINANCIAL LITERACYThis article examines the concept of "risk tolerance" in relation to the objectives to financial literacy programs. It is shown that the existing approaches to researches on risk tolerance limited to those implied qualified investor behavior. We scrutinize the opportunities for the development of modern research combining individual risk attitudes and risk tolerance approaches with the objectives of economic socialization and financial literacy programs.Key words: risk tolerance, risk capacity, economical socialization, economic behavior, financial literacy, personal finances management.

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Author: Orgeeva M.E.

Year: 2013


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