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Extreme Inclusion Thought Pieces

Designing to What People Think, Not Just Do: Basing Product Development on Mental Models and Metaphors

by Ignacio Mas, Senior Fellow, The Center for Emerging Market Enterprises, The Fletcher School

Investing in Inclusion: Welcome the Institutional Investor

by Patrick J. Schena, Adjunct Professor of International Business, The Fletcher School, Senior Fellow, Fletcher’s Center for Emerging Market Enterprises, and Co-Head, CEME’s Sovereign Wealth Fund Initiative

Prepaid & Pay-as-you-go Models for Asset Financing

Analysis of Mobile-Money Business Models for Kickstart (irrigation pumps) and M-KOPA (solar panels) in Kenya

by Nicholas P. Sullivan, Senior Fellow, The Center for Emerging Market Enterprises, The Fletcher School, and Tonny K. Omwansa

The Power of Folk Banking

Why Homespun Financial Services Will Not Disappear Any Time Soon

by Kim Wilson, Lecturer, The Fletcher School and Senior Fellow, The Center for Emerging Market Enterprises, The Fletcher School

Rapid Prototyping: Iterating for Financial Inclusion

by Yanina Seltzer, Financial Sector Analyst, CGAP and Steve Monroe 

Data Without Damage

Researching the Financial Lives of the Poor

by Kim Wilson, John Hammock, Associate Professor of Public Policy, The Fletcher School and Adjunct Professor, Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, Tufts University, and Mehvish Arifeen

Leveraging Public Private Partnerships for Financial Inclusion

by Ron Hynes, Group Executive, Global Prepaid Solutions, MasterCard Worldwide

Beyond A Working Wage: Financial Inclusion for Factory and Farm Workers

Moving from Symptoms to Root Causes

by Henrietta Lake, Director, Lake Advisory

Banking Under Fire: Creating Normalcy through Banking in Post-Conflict Settings

by Anusha Jayatilake, Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy, 2012 and  Lilia Bliznashka, Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy Candidate, 2013

Under the supervision of Karen Jacobsen and Kim Wilson, Fletcher Faculty

Can Mobile Money be Used to Promote Savings? 

Evidence from Northern Ghana

by Jenny C. Aker, Assistant Professor of Economics, The Fletcher School and the Department of Economics, Tufts University and Kim Wilson

Mobile-izing the Mainstream to get Extreme: Inclusive Innovation begets Inclusive Products

by Carolyn Hall McMahon, Innovation Strategist, D2D Fund

A Systems Approach to Financial Services

by Joanna Ledgerwood, Senior Advisor, Access to Finance, Aga Khan Foundation 

Tiendas de la Salud

Health kiosks in rural Guatemala offer women owners stable income and communities crucial  medicine at affordable prices

by Nathan Kennedy, Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy Candidate, 2013

Under the supervision of Kim Wilson, Fletcher Faculty