The Centre for Micro Finance at IFMR Research (www.centre-for-microfinance.com) last week announced the release of its report, “Five Years of Researching Financial Services for the Poor.”
The report, a compilation of key studies CMF has conducted over the last five years, is meant to serve as a reference document for policymakers, practitioners, researchers and others interested in financial services for the poor. More specifically, the studies presented here are intended to inform both general and expert audiences about current academic work being conducted in India, which has become a central hub for financial access research. The report, organized thematically, describes the organization’s current work and summarizes key findings from completed studies.
The report also identifies potential areas for future research and recommends ways that financial services practice could evolve to meet the needs of low-income households.
The report has been edited by Shardul K. Oza and Jagori Saha. It can be downloaded at the link below :
Five Years of Researching Financial Services for the Poor.
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