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Demonetization in India Is Causing More than Economic Harm

> Posted by Center Staff

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We’ve written about the unfolding demonetization situation in India a few times now (here and… 496 more words

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Why Are Banks Required to Be Police Officers?

> Posted by Sonja Kelly, Director of Research, CFI

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A customer waits to collect money at the Juba Express money transfer company in Mogadishu, Somalia.  808 more words

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Do Indian Policymakers Understand the Financial Lives of the Poor?

> Posted by Jayshree Venkatesan, Financial Inclusion Consultant

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On November 8, 2016, the Prime Minister of India made an announcement that notes of denominations Rs. 1,292 more words

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Financial Inclusion Week Roundup E-Magazine: Keeping Clients First in a Digital World

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In its second year, Financial Inclusion Week expanded its reach and once again displayed how the financial inclusion community is engaged and working for better services for the un- and underserved. 382 more words

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What Does India’s Demonetization Experiment Mean for Financial Inclusion?

> Posted by Misha Sharma, Project Manager, IFMR LEAD

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Last week was a rather challenging one for the Indian economy. On November 8, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a dramatic… 1,157 more words

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Islamic Microfinance Advances and Converges with Fintech

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“Despite its recent years of rapid growth, Islamic finance is still in its early stages of development,” the World Bank… 603 more words

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G2P in Colombia: Where to Next for the Familias en Accion Program?

> Posted by Guy Stuart, Ph.D., Executive Director, Microfinance Opportunities

Can government-to-person (G2P) payments to low-income beneficiaries translate into their formal financial inclusion? This might happen if those beneficiaries can gain experience in dealing with a formal financial service provider (FSP) when they pick up their payments. 1,661 more words

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