Financial Inclusion, Remittance Inflows, and Poverty Reduction In Developing Countries

ebook Evidence From Empirical Analyses

By Takeshi Inoue

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Many empirical analyses have demonstrated that financial inclusion and remittance inflows both indicate the potential of finance to resolve issues of growth and poverty in developing countries. Based on a wide-ranging review of prior research and empirical analyses from a new perspective, this book aims to systematically clarify the relations between financial inclusion, remittance inflows, economic growth, and poverty reduction in developing countries, revealing a new role for development finance.
Financial Inclusion, Remittance Inflows, and Poverty Reduction In Developing Countries