Top Ten Publications of 2023
Over the last year, we added hundreds of new publications to the FinDev Gateway libraries in English, French, Spanish and Arabic. Which ones were the most popular among our readers? This blog post shares the top ten most viewed publications of 2023 from our English library of resources on financial inclusion. The themes of gender, climate change and digital finance dominate the list.
FinEquity, the community of practice on women's financial inclusion which is hosted on FinDev, has been very active in sharing knowledge, and two of their publications are featured in the top ten, as well as a guide to Women's World Banking's women-centered design methodology. The intersection of climate change and financial inclusion is explored from the perspective of financial service providers and their clients, regulators and microinsurance providers. And publications on digital finance highlight the consumer protection risks involved, as well as the potential for achieving progress toward the sustainable development goals.
Was there a publication that had a significant impact on you and your work over the past year? Please share it with us in the comments. And as always, we thank you for sharing your work with the global financial inclusion community and invite you to continue doing so as we start the new year. Happy reading!
The Center for Global Development, Data2X, and FinEquity offer a set of indicators to promote a simplified and harmonized approach to measure WEE in the context of financial inclusion programs and initiatives.
Green Inclusive Finance: A Framework for Understanding How Financial Services Can Help Low-Income and Vulnerable People Respond to Climate Change
This report considers evidence on how inclusive financial services can help vulnerable populations respond to climate change and puts forth a framework to understand the various impact pathways through which financial services can help: mitigation, resilience, adaptation, and transition.
This brief outlines why financial service providers should advance gender equality in financial inclusion and how they can approach this process.
Based on interviews with over 32,000 borrowers in 32 countries spanning Asia, Africa, and Latin America, this report explores the impact of microfinance on the lives of some of the world's most marginalized communities.
This report develops a fair digital finance index for low and middle-income countries which are members of the Accelerator - a group of associations trained to represent the collective consumer voice in fair digital finance.
This edition of SDG Progress provides extensive evidence-based examples of the benefits of digital financial services for the 13 relevant Sustainable Development Goals with a stronger focus on women and climate change.
This working paper outlines how inclusive green finance policies can enhance financial stability by creating a more resilient real economy and reducing the risks facing the financial sector.