Gimi Research Center
There is a lack of available research on the subject of children and financial literacy, as well as validated measurement scales and testing methods. This is mainly due to limited access to data. Something we have. Therefore, we are building a global research community to support advancements within the field of developing financial literacy.
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Gimi users are capable of managing their own card
Since 2017 Gimi conducts research promoting the subject of children and financial literacy, through standalone projects as well as through collaborations with world leading researchers. We are currently working together with researchers from Babson College, Stockholm School of Economics and Dartmouth College, and looking for further collaborations.
A combination of proven learning methods
Backed by scientific research, the Gimi platform is based on theories of experiential & social learning, and features four fundamental principles to provide children with fun, efficient and effortless learning opportunities.
Financial education with Gimi is: