nep-fle New Economics Papers
on Financial Literacy and Education
Issue of 2018‒06‒11
one paper chosen by
Viviana Di Giovinazzo
Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca

  1. Financial Inclusion, Regulation, Financial Literacy, and Financial Education in Tajikistan By Mogilevskii, Roman; Asadov, Shokhboz

  1. By: Mogilevskii, Roman (Asian Development Bank Institute); Asadov, Shokhboz (Asian Development Bank Institute)
    Abstract: We analyze financial inclusion, literacy, and education in Tajikistan. We discuss the progress in financial inclusion and the sector’s response to the major external shock associated with the sharp fall in Tajik labor migrants’ remittances. We analyze the policies dealing with different aspects of financial inclusion with a focus on the regulatory framework, penetration of new financial technologies, and the existing barriers to inclusion; and we give recommendations on how to improve financial inclusion and financial literacy in the country.
    Keywords: financial inclusion; financial literacy and education; Tajikistan
    JEL: G21 G28 O16
    Date: 2018–06–05

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