Investigating Digitally Enabled Financial Participation for Inclusive Development

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This project seeks to better understand the way digital technology drives financial service access and participation in developing countries. Increasingly, research communities recognize the critical role of digital technologies as a catalyst for societal transformation and inclusion in developing communities. Specifically and propelled by the convergence of multiple technological advancements, FinTech arises as a form of alternative finance. This project is expected to develop an in-depth understanding of the nature of financial inclusion and a roadmap for developing interdisciplinary solutions and community-level initiatives. The empirical investigations have profound implications on the ways digitisation empowers individuals and communities socially.

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Supervisory team
Patrick
Finnegan

Business School
Information Systems and Technology Management
Felix
Tan

Business School
Information Systems and Technology Management
Carmen
Leong

Business School
Information Systems and Technology Management
p.finnegan@unsw.edu.au

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