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Extending Financial Inclusion in Africa

Extending Financial Inclusion in Africa

Detail Book : Extending Financial Inclusion in Africa written by Daniel Makina, published by Academic Press which was released on 09 June 2019. Download Extending Financial Inclusion in Africa Books now! Available in PDF, ePub and Kindle. Extending Financial Inclusion in Africa unveils the genesis and transformation of Africa’s financial sector and its ability to provide finance for all. Contributors of the Book traverse the whole spectrum of African financial systems, examining their depth and breadth and empirically evaluating their appropriateness and effectiveness to achieve inclusive financial services. Explores the evolution of the financial sector in Africa from the pre-colonial to post-colonial era Investigates the financial inclusion–economic growth nexus Explores the role of financial regulation and governance in either enhancing or limiting financial inclusion Evaluates unintended consequences of financial inclusion, including over-indebtedness and increased propensity to spend Assesses cross-sectional evidence on the link between financial inclusion and technological developments such as the internet and mobile technology

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Author : Daniel Makina
Release Date : 09 June 2019
Publisher : Academic Press
Rating : 4/5 (from 21 users)
Pages : 342
ISBN : 0128142030
Format : PDF, ePUB, KF8, PDB, MOBI, Tuebl
Extending Financial Inclusion in Africa

Extending Financial Inclusion in Africa

Extending Financial Inclusion in Africa unveils the genesis and transformation of Africa’s financial sector and its ability to provide finance for all. Contributors of the Book traverse the whole spectrum of African financial systems, examining their depth and breadth and empirically evaluating their appropriateness and effectiveness to achieve inclusive

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