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The Need for Replications and Extensions in Financial Education Research: An Editorial Comment
David E. Stout and Jean L. Heck
Journal of Financial Education
Vol. 21 (FALL 1995), pp. 9-11
Published by: Financial Education Association
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41948178
Page Count: 3
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This comment makes an argument for the need to develop a knowledge base in finance education and posits the editors' reasoning as to why initial research is important in laying a foundation and how replicating and extending that initial research leads to a better understanding of and improvements in, the educational process.
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