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Global Financial Inlcusion Indices: About Global Findex

The 2011 Global Financial Inclusion (Global Findex) Database, funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, measures how adults in 148 countries save, borrow, make payments and manage risk. The 2014 Global Findex - with expanded data on payments - will be released in April 2015.

FEATURED RESEARCH

The Opportunities of Digitizing Payments World Bank Development Research Group, Better Than Cash Alliance, and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation


Measuring Use of and Demand for Formal Financial Services among Muslim Adults. World Bank Policy Research WP 6642


Financial Inclusion and the Role of the Post Office. World Bank Policy Research WP 6630


The Foundations of Financial Inclusion: Understanding Ownership and Use of Formal Accounts. World Bank Policy Research WP 6290


Measuring Financial Inclusion: Explaining Variation in Use of Financial Services across and within Countries. Brookings Papers on Economic Activity


Measuring Financial Inclusion

Measuring Financial Inclusion: The Global Findex. World Bank Policy Research WP 6025

 

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FINDEX NOTES BY TOPIC

Accounts and Payments

Europe and Central Asia

Fragile and Conflict-Affected States

  • Available in: English (PDF [559 KB]) 

Gender

India

  • Available in: English (PDF [482 KB]) 

Islamic Finance

  • Available in: English (PDF [646 KB]) 

Post Offices

Savings, Credit, and Risk Management

Sub-Saharan Africa

Youth

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INFOGRAPHIC 

  

View the Complete Infographic in : English (PDF) | Arabic | Français (PDF) | Español (PDF)



THE LITTLE DATA BOOK 

The LDB on Financial Inclusion summarizes data by country, region, and income group.

[PDF, 1MB]



eATLAS

 The World Bank eAtlas of Financial Inclusion allows users to view and export maps and data.



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