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Financial Inclusion: Theory and Policy guide for fragile economies.

Tweneboah Senzu, Emmanuel (2021): Financial Inclusion: Theory and Policy guide for fragile economies. Forthcoming in: Journal of Management and Economic Research , Vol. 8, No. S8 : pp. 1-18.

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Abstract

It empirically argued that economic development depends on increasing productivity, mitigating income inequality, reducing dependency on natural resources, improving health outcomes, enhancing environmental quality, and importantly increasing economic growth. Which is complemented by the fact that, all requires a quality financial system, which collects information to facilitate the ex-ante evaluation and ex-post monitoring of investment opportunities to ease information asymmetry as a problem, and facilitates the allocation of resources to innovative projects and further produce complex products. The above postulation derives its core factor of achievement from sustainable financial inclusion, with the paper advancing a conceptual proposition towards an effective, and efficient financial inclusion in fragile economies, and its underlying policy architecture to sustain its performance efficiency, in medium and long term purpose.

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