Towards a longitudinal study of Ngāi Tahu financial literacy: a literature review of relevant longitudinal studies
Whiting, Rosalind; Mountier, James
This literature review is the second of two literature reviews developed to inform a proposed longitudinal study on financial literacy and knowledge among one of New Zealand’s indigenous tribes, Ngāi Tahu. The aim of this review is to determine appropriate research methods for such a study. Firstly, types of longitudinal studies are considered, with benefits and problems of each of those outlined. Next, a range of completed studies are evaluated, with a focus on key aspects of those studies. Finally, research in a Māori (specifically Ngāi Tahu whānui) context is considered.
Editor: Whiting, Rosalind
Series: Accountancy Working Paper Series
Series number: 19
Keywords: Ngāi Tahu; Financial literacy; Literature review; Longitudinal study
Research Type: Working Paper