All sessions will take place in Central Daylight Time!

  • Poster presentations are available to view from May 18 through May 23 via ACCI’s (unlisted) YouTube Channel Poster Playlist sent out with the Zoom meeting room links to all attendees.
  • Poster are listed in this schedule on the last day at 6 PM so they appear at the end. Please scroll to the end to find the poster numbers, titles, descriptions, and presenters.

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Tuesday, May 19 • 8:45am - 10:30am
Opening General Session 1: Esther Peterson Lecture, Paper Awards, JCA Nominated Article 1

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8:45-9:00 Welcome - Karen Duncan, ACCI President and Dee Warmath, Conference Chair
9:00-9:30 Esther Peterson Consumer Policy Forum Lecture - Advancing Financial Wellbeing, 
  • Genevieve Melford, Director of Insights and Evidence, Program Director of EPIC, Aspen Institute Financial Security Program
9:30-9:45 Paper Awards - Yilan Xu, Coordinating Chair, ACCI Awards
  • Richard L. D. Morse Applied Consumer Economics Award - Professional Paper - C2c-The Impact of Parental Financial Socialization on the Economic Well-Being and Financial Decision-making of Young Adults Over Time, Jesse Jurgenson Presented by the Kansas State University Consumer Movement Archives
  • Consumer Movement Archives Applied Consumer Economics Award - Student Paper - A2c- ACA Medicaid Expansion & Low Income, Guangyi Wang Presented by the Kansas State University Consumer Movement Archives
  • CFP® Board's ACCI Financial Planning Paper Award - C1c-The Factors Related with the Decision to Self-direct Own Retirement Plan, HaNa Lim, Richard Stebbins, Travis Sholin Presented by Charles Chaffin, Director of Academic Initiatives, CFP®  Board Center for Financial Planning
  • National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE) Paper Award - A3c- Workplace Financial Counseling: Credit Outcomes Among Lower-Paid, Entry-Level Workers, Yingying Zeng, Mathieu Despard, Sophia Fox-Dichter Presented by Billy Hensley, President and CEO
9:45-9:55 Undergraduate Posters (2 minutes each of the three winners) Posters are attached. The FINRA Foundation funds this Competition
  • First Place, Influence of Health and Wealth on Retirement Satisfaction, Chris Beland, student of Derek Tharpe, University of Southern Maine
  • Second Place, Online and Mobile Investment Technology Adoption Among U.S. Investors, TaoHua Wen, student of Lu Fan, University of Missouri
  • Third Place, Mobile Financial Services and healthcare Utilization in Zimbabwe, Keane Swenson, student of Sophia Anong, University of Georgia
  • The Poster Awards are presented by Gary Motolla, FINRA Foundation
9:55-10:00 FINRA Foundation Award - Presented by Gary Mottola
10:00-10:10 JCA Nominated Best Article Presentation
  • Encouraging Tax‐Time Savings with a Low‐Touch, Large‐Scale Intervention: Evidence from the Refund to Savings Experiment Iss 53:1; pp 87-125 
    • Stephen P. Roll, Blair D. Russell, Dana C. Perantie, Michal Grinstein-Weiss
10:10-10:25 Featured Research Presentations
  • Using the time before the next session to view the Posters
10:25-10:30 Announcements

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Karen Duncan

President of the Board, ACCI
University of Manitoba, Associate Professor
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Dee Warmath

Assistant Professor, University of Georgia

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Genevieve Melford

Director of Insights and Evidence, Program Director of EPIC, Aspen Institute
Genevieve Melford is Director of Insights and Evidence at the Aspen Institute Financial Security Program (FSP) and Director of the Expanding Prosperity Impact Collaborative (EPIC), a first-of-its-kind initiative in the field of consumer finance designed to accelerate knowledge synthesis... Read More →

Tuesday May 19, 2020 8:45am - 10:30am CDT
Room 4