首页 > 网上书店 > 博鳌亚洲论坛系列报告

Asian Financial Development Report on Financial Inclusion

  • 作者:
  • 丛书名:
  • 版次/印次:1/1
  • ISBN:9787566321640
  • 出版社:
  • 出版时间:2020.6
  • 开本:215mmx278mm
  • 字数:228千字
定价¥200.00会员价¥180.00

每单第一本书运费10元,之后每本书累加5元

  • 介绍/前言
  • 目录

       本报告由普惠金融概述、发展现状与挑战、实践案例与可借鉴经验、展望与建议等四部分组成。第一章,总结梳理普惠金融概念与体系,发展历程、目标和原则,初步搭建普惠金融理论框架;第二章,结合亚洲地域辽阔、国家与人口众多、资源禀赋差异大、经济金融发展水平参差不齐、普惠金融发展现状各不相同的特点,研究和总结亚洲各国普惠金融发展现状与成果、面临的风险与挑战;第三章,重点整理亚洲普惠金融实践案例与可借鉴经验;第四章,展望亚洲普惠金融发展趋势,提出有利于亚洲普惠金融可持续发展相关建议。
       本报告选定亚洲区域代表性经济体──中国、日本、韩国、马来西亚、孟加拉国、印度、沙特阿拉伯、巴基斯坦、蒙古、老挝、柬埔寨、哈萨克斯坦等十二个国家为重点研究对象,在做好国别研究的基础上,总结分析各国发展模式的共性与差异,通过展现丰富详实的实践案例与可借鉴经验,为亚洲普惠金融均衡、包容、可持续发展提供有力支撑。

Abbreviations
Foreword
Acknowledgments
Executive Summary
Chapter 1  Characteristics and Ecosystem of Asian Financial Inclusion
  1.1  Concepts and Implications of Financial Inclusion
    1.1.1  Defining Financial Inclusion
    1.1.2  Key Elements of Financial Inclusion
    1.1.3  Implication of Financial Inclusion for Asia
  1.2  Characteristics of Asian Financial Inclusion Development
    1.2.1  Financial Inclusion in Asia Rivals or Outstrips Global Average
    1.2.2  Wide Gaps Exist among Asian Countries in Financial Inclusion
    1.2.3  Economic and Educational Factors Affect Account Ownership
    1.2.4  Disparity in Household Savings
    1.2.5  Access to Formal Borrowing Needs Improvement
    1.2.6  Better Access to SME Financing Required in Some Asian Countries
  1.3 Financial Inclusion Ecosystem and Its Associated Index
    1.3.1  Financial Inclusion Ecosystem
    1.3.2  Index of Financial Inclusion Ecosystem
Chapter 2  Cases in Asian Financial Inclusion Ecosystem
  2.1  Government Backing and Top-Level Design
    2.1.1  Top-Level Design of the Chinese Government
    2.1.2  India’s National Strategy on Financial Inclusion
    2.1.3  Policy Financing Supply System in Japan
  2.2  Financial Infrastructure
    2.2.1  Cambodia’s Credit Reporting System
    2.2.2  India’s UPI Digital Payment System
    2.2.3  China Utilizing Moveable Assets in SMEs Financing
  2.3  Development of Digital Financial Inclusion
    2.3.1  Digital Financial Inclusion in China
    2.3.2  Fintech in Malaysia and the AFIN
    2.3.3  Fintech “Sandbox” in Saudi Arabia
  2.4  Innovative Business Models
    2.4.1  The Microcredit Business Model of Grameen Bank
    2.4.2  Agency Banking in Malaysia and Other Countries
  2.5  Financial Literacy and Consumer Protection
    2.5.1  Financial Literacy and Inclusive Insurance in Mongolia
    2.5.2  Financial Consumer Protection in Korea
Chapter 3 Outlook and Suggestions
  3.1  Opportunities and Challenges
    3.1.1  Poverty Reduction Still a Challenging Task in Asia
    3.1.2  Gaps in Financial Service Supplies Still Significant
    3.1.3  Technological Innovations Create Digital Gap and Security Issues
    3.1.4  Information Asymmetry Still Exists, Credit Registration Systems to Be Further Developed
    3.1.5  The Evaluation Standards for Financial Inclusion Development to Be Improved
  3.2  Suggestions for Further Development
    3.2.1  Improving the Financial Inclusion Governing System through a Holistic Strategy
    3.2.2  Building Infrastructure of Quality and Diversity
    3.2.3  Practicing around the Consumer-centricity
    3.2.4  Building a Healthy Ecosystem for Digital Financial Inclusion
    3.2.5  Enhancing Communication and Cooperation on Financial Inclusion in Asia
Appendices
Bibliography