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The emergence of Islamic finance: an exploratory study of Brazil
Islamic finance has been a trendy topic globally, gaining the attention of Muslims and non-Muslims. It stands for a financial system that follows the sharia (Islamic law), which is guided by ethical principles and social ...
The influence of civil society organizations on the extent of corruption in the private sector: case of transparency international
Corruption is widespread in developed countries and emerging countries alike, both in the public and private sector, and corrupt activities have become embedded within daily routines for too many companies and government ...
Credit union correspondents and financial inclusion in Brazil: an exploratory study
The Brazilian banking correspondent network has been a topic of study for already a decade, due to its well-documented success in improving access to financial services in remote areas. The marginal but growing role of ...
Peer to peer lending and financial inclusion in Brazil: a case study
While pursuing the objective to investigate the potential for the P2P innovation to enhance financial inclusion in Brazil, the P2P industry and the current market environment were analyzed in order to highlight the factors ...
Mobile money and women empowerment in Sub-Saharan Africa: an exploratory study
This research explores the relationship between the penetration of mobile money services and the state of women empowerment across 30 Sub-Saharan African countries. Our purpose is to determine whether fostering the development ...
A deeper look at ethics within banking corporations: the approach of one of the biggest bank in the world
There is a noticeable growing society’s preoccupation with ethics, coming partly from the numerous scandals that came to light in the corporate world lately, especially in the financial sector in which the repercussions ...