This Research in Context brief examines the project, ‘Financial regulation in low-income countries,‘ and explore its wider implications for African low-income countries. The project was funded by the Department for International Development - Economic and Social Research Council ‘Growth Research Programme’ (DEGRP)
Beginning in 2012 and led by Stephany Griffith-Jones of Overseas Development Institute (ODI) and Columbia University, the project aimed to explore how financial systems could be regulated and structured to achieve the twin goals of inclusive growth and financial stability.
Caroline Cassidy and Dirk Willem te Velde (2018) A stable and inclusive financial sector for low-income countries. DEGRP Research in Context
Published 30 September 2018