Financial inclusion: Policies and practices

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Thankom Arun; Rajalaxmi Kamath;
(2015)

As a key enabler for development, financial inclusion is firmly placed on the agenda of most governments as a key policy priority. Against this background, this round table provides a global and regional perspective on the policies and practices of financial inclusion. ... View more
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