People learn more about money if they spend their own money online

In this guest blog, Laurence Piercy of the Good Things Foundation writes about the promising findings coming out of their What Works Fund project. Over the last year, we have worked in partnership with Toynbee Hall on an experimental financial capability project. Together, we were funded through the Money Advice Service’s What Works Fund. The project was designed to test this research question: Are individuals […]

What Works Fund Learning and Sharing Event – 10 November 2017

A blog by Graham Bukowski, Associate Director at Ipsos Mori – part of the What Works Fund Evaluation Learning Partner (ELP). The ELP includes Ipsos MORI, Ecorys and the Personal Finance Research Centre (PFRC) at Bristol University. The event epitomised much of what the What Works Fund is about: learning from others, sharing perspectives and […]