Thinking inside the box: A closer look at
financial inclusion and household income

Using national representative household finance survey data from China,

we construct a new multidimensional indicator for financial inclusion.

Author/s: Zhang, S.Q. and Alberto Posso
Date: Forthcoming
Publication: Journal of Development
Full article: Thinking inside the box: A closer look at financial inclusion and household income

We find that financial inclusion has a strong positive effect on household income and that low-income households benefit

more from financial inclusion.

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