Making financial markets work healthily for the poor
Porteous, David & Julie Zollmann. Making financial markets work healthily for the poor. Enterprise Development and Microfinance, Vol 27, Issue 1. April 2016.
Market-Led Expansion through Fee-for-Service Agents
Zollmann, Julie & Guy Vanmeenen. Market-Led Expansion through Fee-for-Service Agents in Financial Promise for the Poor eds. Kim Wilson, Malcolm Harper, and Matthew Griffith. Kumarian Press: 2010.
Reports & Essays
Finance & Fortune:
The role financial services did – and didn’t – play in the life trajectories of Financial Diaries households
Small “b” biashara: Self-Employment and economic advancement in Financial Diaries Households
Trickling down & climbing up: Economic trajectories of Financial Diaries households two years on
Struggling to thrive: How Kenya’s low-income families (try to) pay for healthcare
Kenya Financial Diaries: Shilingi kwa shilingi, the financial lives of the poor
Rwanda Financial Diaries: Understanding the Financial Lives and Product Needs of Rwanda’s Underserved Consumers
Financial Management Among Brazil’s Low Income Classes: Comprehensive, Diversified, Engaged
“It’s a Small World, After All?: Financial Diaries research reveals that the financial lives of low-income families in Kenya and the U.S. aren’t so different” by Paul Gubbins and Julie Zollmann. Next Billion.
April 6, 2015