Promoting financial education using cinema…

Banca D’Italia oe Central Bank of Italy is promoting financial education using cinema:

As part of Financial Education Month, on 19 October at 9.30, Marco Onado, Senior Professor at Milan’s Bocconi University and expert in the law and economics of financial intermediaries, will give a talk to the students present at the screening of Adam McKay’s film ‘The Big Short’ at the Bank of Italy’s convention centre in Via Nazionale 190, Rome. The aim is to encourage high school students to reflect on themes relating to the economy and finance.

They even have a poster. Nice bit.

The Indian government/regulators could not just screen movies but even teach economics/finance lessons from them via Housefull Economics columns run by Think Pragati

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