Women’s Economic Empowerment Through Financial Inclusion: A Review of Existing Evidence and Remaining Knowledge Gaps

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While there is a growing body of evidence surrounding the impact of financial inclusion and the importance of product design in achieving desired welfare impact outcomes, there remains much to learn about the ways in which formal financial products and services can contribute to women’s economic empowerment. This review finds that, overall, financial service providers and other stakeholders can leverage appropriate product design features to overcome some of these barriers to women’s financial inclusion. Even so, broader social constraints related to intra-household bargaining power and the social status of women may continue to limit the broader impact of financial inclusion on women’s economic empowerment. There is a need for further evidence on effective product-led strategies to address these barriers and improve economic empowerment outcomes for women.

Women’s Economic Empowerment Through Financial Inclusion: A Review of Existing Evidence and Remaining Knowledge Gaps  -  Inglés (en)

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Document Type Report
Autor K. Holloway, Z. Niazi, R. Rouse
Year of Publication 2017
Editor Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA)
Número de Páginas 12 pp.
Región / País Global /
Idioma Principal Inglés (en)
Palabras clave Género, Inclusión Financiera, Acceso A La Financiación
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