Financial Inclusion in Developing Countries

By Ludmila Volochen

by ewanrobertson


This article explores the pressing issue of social inequalities in developing countries and how financial inclusion can act as a public policy tool for empowering marginalized populations. By examining government aid programs, disruptive financial technologies, and open data in financial services, the article highlights the potential of a financially integrated population to improve social conditions. The adoption of an inclusive and amplified public policy, alongside access to basic infrastructures and formal education, can significantly impact social inequalities in developing countries.

View Full Document Here