The authors take an intense look at the economic competence of young adults in European countries, especially those who have started an apprenticeship or taken up studies at a university. The economic competence of this group is of special interest because these young people are – mostly for the first time in their lives – responsible for managing their financial affairs on their own.
About the Author
Eveline Wuttke is professor of economic education at Goethe University Frankfurt.
Jürgen Seifried is chair of economic education at the University of Mannheim.
Stephan Schumann is a professor in the department of economics at the University of Konstanz.