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Dr Rajiv Prabhakar

Why is it that policy literature is generally supportive of financial inclusion but academic literature is often very critical of this agenda? This briefing paper suggests that these opposing approaches have resulted in two literatures that are developing in isolation of each other, hampering research into financial inclusion.

In the latest Briefing Paper from the Centre on Household Assets and Savings Management (CHASM), ‘Financial inclusion: an agenda for future research’ (BP5-2018), Dr Rajiv Prabhakar argues that a more inclusive approach between the academic and policy literature is needed to advance research into financial inclusion.

Read the full Briefing Paper