Global Microscope 2016: Analysis of the environment for financial inclusion

Global Microscope 2016: Analysis of the environment for financial inclusion

Abstract

The potential benefits of financial inclusion are important: for individuals and small entrepreneurs.

Together with their families, it can be a support to get out of poverty; Women can take advantage of economic opportunities, promoting gender equality in all societies, and ways to launder money can be reduced. The benefits will surely spread, as more people gain greater access to a range of financial tools.

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Academic literature Financial control Financial health Financial situation

Authors

Leo Abruzzese

Sergio Navajas

Virginia Moore

Evelyn Stark

Interim Head and Financial Health leader, MetLife Foundation

Elisabeth Rhyne

Additional Information

Date published

01/09/2016

Document Type

Research

Geographies

Global

Target

Regulators, policymakers, Public Authorities

Pages

70

Source

The Economist
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