Mobile Banking and the Poor in India

Episode Summary

In India, the possibility to provide banking services through mobile networks has largely helped the government in its objective to equip more households in rural areas with a bank account. But how does the use of mobile phones concretely help poor families to better manage their money? Lore Vandewalle, economist at the Graduate Institute, shares with us her research and findings. 

Episode Notes

With Lore Vandewalle, and the collaboration of Michelle Olguin Flückliger