Financial Inclusion and Digitalization Study

Financial inclusion is one of the pillars of inclusive growth (World Economic Forum, 2017). Financial inclusion can have a large multiplier impact on the economy, one of which is poverty alleviation. Indonesia has carried out several financial inclusion programs as a...

Development of Sectoral Economic Growth Model

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought almost all countries to negative economic growth, including Indonesia. After experiencing a long period of downturn, in 2021, economic conditions showed improvement. The Indonesian economy in 2021 again grew positively by 3.69% after...

Financial Identity Number

The result of World Bank survey (2010) shows that roughly one-third of Indonesia’s population does not have saving accounts at any formal or informal financial service providers and around 79 percent of the poor population are financially excluded. The survey also...