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The Financial Access Initiative (FAI) is an American consortium, established in 2006, of researchers at New York University (NYU), Yale University, Harvard University and Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) focused on finding answers to how financial sectors can better meet the needs of poor households.

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  • The Financial Access Initiative (FAI) is an American consortium, established in 2006, of researchers at New York University (NYU), Yale University, Harvard University and Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) focused on finding answers to how financial sectors can better meet the needs of poor households. The Initiative was launched with core funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service at NYU.Led by Managing Director Jonathan Morduch (NYU), Dean Karlan (Yale), Sendhil Mullainathan (Harvard), the Initiative seeks to provide rigorous research on the impacts of financial access and on innovative ways to improve access. FAI’s website states that financial access holds the promise to help low-income individuals in developing countries manage their economic lives and build wealth.
  • Die Financial Access Initiative (FAI) ist ein US-amerikanisches Forschungszentrum, dessen Forschung sich mit der Frage beschäftigt, wie Finanzdienstleistungen besser die Bedürfnisse von armen Haushalten erfüllen und die Leben armer Menschen verbessern könnten. Eine zentrale Rolle kommt hierbei dem Zugang armer Haushalte zu fairen und nützlichen Finanzdienstleistungen zu. Institutionell ist die Financial Access Initiative an die New York University gebunden.
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  • Die Financial Access Initiative (FAI) ist ein US-amerikanisches Forschungszentrum, dessen Forschung sich mit der Frage beschäftigt, wie Finanzdienstleistungen besser die Bedürfnisse von armen Haushalten erfüllen und die Leben armer Menschen verbessern könnten. Eine zentrale Rolle kommt hierbei dem Zugang armer Haushalte zu fairen und nützlichen Finanzdienstleistungen zu. Institutionell ist die Financial Access Initiative an die New York University gebunden.
  • The Financial Access Initiative (FAI) is an American consortium, established in 2006, of researchers at New York University (NYU), Yale University, Harvard University and Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) focused on finding answers to how financial sectors can better meet the needs of poor households.
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  • Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service, New York University, New York
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  • Dean Karlan, Director, Lead Researcher
  • Sendhil Mullainathan, Director, Lead Researcher
  • Jonathan Morduch, Managing Director, Lead Researcher
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