To fight Over-indebtedness, we need knowledge about both problems and solutions! All research is important for us to ensure that we have all available knowledge and thus ensuring that everything we do and recommend is based on undisputed facts. The ECDN does not itself publish any reports, but many of our member organisations do publish reports detailing the state of debt, debt advice and creditor practice across Europe. We publish these reports here to give you all easy access to important knowledge regarding debt across Europe.
Below you can find research articles / reports made by our own members and other people in the field.
Research about national and European debt situations is essential to understand challenges and find solutions. They also contribute to the overall information level within the ECDN, the financial sector, and the social sector in general, and help to improve our knowledge on relevant topics. The ECDN sometimes publishes reports, as well as many of our member organisations do publish reports detailing the state of debt, debt advice, and creditor practice across Europe. We aim to publish these reports here to give you all easy access to important knowledge regarding debt across Europe.
We find knowledge sharing to be important for gaining greater insight and understanding of current debt situations, challenges and solutions. This is of fundamental importance if we want to stay updated and achieve our goals of fighting over-indebtedness and improving financial literacy. We encourage all our members and others working in this area to share relevant information and new reports with each other to improve the overall information level within the field. Here you can find relevant reports about debt. The reports are divided into categories depending on where they were published.
Dr. Dieter Korczak, Münchner Schuldenprävention für Kinder und Jugendliche. Evaluationsergebnisse aus fünf Jahren wissenschaftlicher Begleitforschung des Präventionsprojektes Cashless. München 2010
Beata Swiecka, Aleksandra Grzesiuk, Dieter Korczak, Olga Wyszkowska-Kaniewska, Financial Literacy and Financial Education. Theory and Survey. De Gruyter Oldenbourg: Berlin/Boston 2019
Dr. Dieter Korczak, the Money Advice and Budgeting Service Ireland (MABS). A service to help people with financial problems and to tackle over-indebtedness. Synthesis Report. Peer Review in the field of social inclusion policies. Irland 2004
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If you have research articles, both new and old, which you want us to share here on the ECDN website, then please contact us. You can also contact us, if you know of other research, which is not done by you, but which is relevant to any of the categories above.