Addressing the role of risk management and digital finance technology on financial inclusion

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Financial inclusion focuses on population which is “unbanked” to get into the formal financial system. The new patterns of financial inclusion rely on digital technologies, and “fin-tech” continues to revolutionize the nature of provision. Very important fact is that 78% of access on financial services in developing countries involves mobile money. Financial digital technologies improve data transmission, analysis and give the small companies the opportunity to develop low-cost distribution models and risk-management practices. Taking into account that there are two major reason for financial exclusion - high cost and non price barriers, we are encourage to examine the necessity of managing the use of finance digital technologies due to the opportunities for all of society. Further, we examine these questions because bureaucracy and cost are some of main barriers in accessing banking and financial products and services by biggest part of society, using linear regression analysis to process the collected data. © 2017, SRAC - Societatea Romana Pentru Asigurarea Calitatii. All rights reserved.

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... Total 23 documents out of 44 have discussed fintech and financial inclusion by narrative analysis and inductive reasoning that means descriptive in nature. Under the theory and model development, ten documents have applied different methods such as regression analysis (Boshkov and Drakulevski, 2017), ordinary least square (Friedline et al., 2020), logistic regression (Douissa, 2019), semiparametric partial linear model (Gautam, 2019), index analysis (Baber, 2019), simulation experimental analysis (Gonzalez, 2019) and fuzzy set qualitative comparative analysis (Larios-Hernández, 2017). In this category, one book chapter has used theoretical discussion for developing fintech business models for financial institutions and non-financial institutions (Salampasis and Mention, 2018). ...
... Larios-Hernández (2017) and Boshkov and Drakulevski (2017) Big data and consumer access to capital Ferretti (2018) Peer-to-peer lending Microloan, microfinance Yeow et al. (2018) Sociology of finance Wang (2018) and Yeow et al. (2018) Financial stability Ozili (2018) and Wang (2018) 2019 Ref. 2020 Ref. ...
... Risk management on digital finance on financial inclusion Boshkov and Drakulevski (2017) Blockchain in financial inclusion Larios-Hernández (2017) and Gonzalez (2019) Chen and Bellavitis (2020) Innovation for fintech Salampasis and Mention (2018) and Gruin and Knaack (2019) Demand-side challenge and financial inclusion Sinha et al. (2018) Big data and consumer access to capital Ferretti (2018) Financial stability Ozili (2018) Fraud control Arner et al. (2019) and Chou (2020) Digital divide in financial inclusion Bhagat and Roderick (2020) and Friedline et al. (2020) Bhagat ...
This study examines the literature on fintech application in financial inclusion applying a citation mapping-based review technique-bibliometric analysis. The results of bibliometric review are then manually validated with content analysis. A total of 46 published documents from Scopus database are examined. Major findings from bibliometric review reveal three distinct research areas in literature: 1) generic application of fintech; 2) methodological and implication of fintech in credit scoring; 3) country performances. Future research directions are also identified.
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