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Nikita Kolachev1, Elena Rutkovskaya2, Galina Kovaleva2, Anastasia Polovnikova3
  • 1 National Research University Higher School of Economics, 20 Myasnitskaya Str., Moscow, 101000, Russian Federation
  • 2 Institute for Strategy of Education Development, Russian Academy of Education, 16 Zhukovskogo Str., 101000 Moscow, Russian Federation
  • 3 Moscow City University, 4 Vtoroy Selskokhozyaystvenny Pass, 129226 Moscow, Russian Federation

Predictors of Russian Students’ Financial Literacy: The PISA 2018 Results

2021. No. 4. P. 166–186 [issue contents]
Nikita I. Kolachev, Research Assistant, International Laboratory of Positive Psychology of Personality and Motivation, HSE University. 
Address: Bld. 2, 4 Slavyanskaya Sq, 109240 Moscow, Russian Federation. E-mail: nkolachev@hse.ru (сorresponding author) 

Elena L. Rutkovskaya, Candidate of Sciences in Pedagogy, Senior Research Fellow, Laboratory for General Social and Humanities Education, Institute for Strategy of Education Development, Russian Academy of Education. 
Address: 16 Zhukovskogo Str., 101000 Moscow, Russian Federation. E-mail: elena.rut@mail.ru 

Galina S. Kovaleva, Candidate of Sciences in Pedagogy, Head of the Center for Assessment of Education Quality, Institute for Strategy of Education Development, Russian Academy of Education. 
Address: 16 Zhukovskogo Str., 101000 Moscow, Russian Federation. E-mail: galina_kovaleva_rao@mail.ru 

Anastasia V. Polovnikova, Candidate of Sciences in Pedagogy, Associate Professor, Department of Methods of Teaching History, Social Studies, and Law, Moscow City University. 
Address: 4 Vtoroy Selskokhozyaystvenny Pass, 129226 Moscow, Russian Federation. E-mail: avp.71@mail.ru 

Based on the OECD PISA financial literacy data released in 2020, Russian students’ strengths and deficits are analyzed to examine the relationship between financial literacy and a variety of factors. Regression analysis shows that both individual and school-related characteristics are significant predictors of students’ performance in financial literacy. In particular, when controlling for socioeconomic status (SES), non-cognitive factors, and school climate, 15-year-old girls score lower on financial literacy than boys of the same age (b = –7.04, p < .05). Family SES is positively associated with financial literacy scores (b = 15.24, p < .01), and school SES demonstrates an even stronger association (b = 35.78, p < .01). Among non-cognitive factors, interest in money matters (categorical variable) and confidence in dealing with money matters (b = 7.95, p < .01) play a significant role. Teacher behavior hindering learning has a negative effect on financial literacy (b = –4.72, p < .05). The findings are used to develop practical recommendations for promoting financial literacy, addressed to both teachers and parents.
Citation: Kolachev N. I., Rutkovskaya E. L., Kovaleva G. S., Polovnikova A. V. (2021) Faktory finansovoy gramotnosti rossiyskikh shkol’nikov na primere rezul’tatov issledovaniya PISA‑2018 [Predictors of Russian Students’ Financial Literacy: The PISA 2018 Results]. Voprosy obrazovaniya / Educational Studies Moscow, no4, pp. 166–186. https://doi.org/10.17323/1814-9545-2021-4-166-186
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