Mitigating Consumptive Behavior By Enhancing Student’s Financial Literacy: Experiments Using Video Learning


In Indonesia, low level of financial literacy, which is reflected through consumptive behavior, has reached a point of concern. This study attempts to increase financial literacy among accounting students by using learning video. Learning video was used to increase financial literacy and decrease the consumptive behavior among students. This research used quasi experiment method in two classes (experiment class and control class). The findings indicate that video, as learning media, has a significant positive effect and can increase students’ financial literacy as well as decrease the consumptive behavior of students.


Keywords: Financial Literacy, Consumptive Behavior, Video Learning.

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