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Digital Technology in Social Assistance Transfers for COVID-19 Relief: Lessons From Selected Cases

Considering some of the early lessons around the use of digital technology for COVID-19 related transfers
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Women’s Access to Cash Transfers in Light of COVID-19: The Case of Pakistan

How to ensure more women are able to access emergency cash programs
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Citizens and States: How Can Digital ID and Payments Improve State Capacity and Effectiveness?

This report considers the potential for digital technology to help reform citizen–state  interactions, and to do this in a way that increases individual agency and improves efficiency in the delivery of public services, subsidies, and transfers.

The potential for digital technology to help reform citizen–state interactions
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Digital Governance in Developing Countries: Beneficiary Experience and Perceptions of System Reform in Rajasthan, India

What do recipients think of new digital processes for receiving public benefits?
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Gender Matters in Economic Empowerment Interventions: A Research Review

Analysis of evaluation evidence on women's financial services and training interventions
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Revisiting What Works: Women, Economic Empowerment and Smart Design

What are the most effective interventions to empower women economically?
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Financial Regulations for Improving Financial Inclusion: A Center for Global Development Task Force Report

Recommendations for regulators and supervisors, policy makers, donors, and private sector actors
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Payment System Regulation for Improving Financial Inclusion

High-level recommendations on achieving a safe, efficient and inclusive national payments system
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Unintended Consequences of Anti–Money Laundering Policies for Poor Countries

Identifying how anti-money laundering policies can stifle financial inclusion and growth
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Enabling Digital Financial Inclusion through Improvements in Competition and Interoperability: What Works and What Doesn't?

An evaluation of potential cooperation and competition with new mobile payment paradigms