Editor: Munacinga C. Simatele
The scholarly book titled, Financial inclusion: Basic theories and empirical evidence from African countries, has been published by AOSIS Scholarly Books.
Financial inclusion has been noted as a key driver of poverty alleviation and growth. Yet, most of the scholarly work that exists lacks a comprehensive discussion of how the poor interact with financial services and the channels through which such services can affect their livelihoods. This book offers researchers who focus on financial inclusion and African economies a one stop resource for understanding the channels of transmission for financial inclusion as well as an application of these channels through original country specific empirical papers.
The book provides a back-to-basics presentation of the transmission of financial services to growth and poverty. This theoretical discussion is complemented by an empirical presentation of the various services used by the poor, with a focus on Africa. Read more.
Copyright (c) 2021 Munacinga C. Simatele (Volume editor)