The summer school consists of the following parts:
- Impact of Financial Inclusion Interventions: Methods and Applications
The objective of this part of the course is to provide students with better knowledge about the theory and practice of impact analyses in developing countries. Special attention will be given to the impact of microfinance projects.
- Financial inclusion: financial innovation and cross border banking
The objective of this part of the course is to introduce the participants with two key contributors to financial inclusion: financial innovation and cross border banking.
- Financial Products for Financial Inclusion
This part of the course provides students with knowledge on the demand side of financial inclusion by discussing innovations in designing inclusive financial products from the customer’s perspective. The emphasis on demand side issues-customer centricity in financial inclusion- provides a framework for assessing and designing inclusive financial products in developing countries.
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