CBMS-20010 Determinants of financial inclusion for youth Entrepreneurship: Evidences from Addis Ababa and Shirka Wereda, Ethiopia.

Abstract

The proposed project has the objective of establishing CBMS data bank and will conduct a pilot Study investigating the Determinants of financial inclusion among micro and small business youth entrepreneurs: Evidences from Addis Ababa City and Shirka Wereda, Ethiopia. Data regarding number of dependents, availability of capital, social factors, educational level and others will be taken as an indicator to assess the situation. Then, the data obtained will be processed through Statistical Software Package for Social Scientists STATA considering multivariate regression model. Finally, the project will recommend possible policy and strategic modifications to stakeholders such as banks, insurers, government, social institutions etc.


Members

Project leader: Degife Ketema Alemu

Project researchers: Abel Tewolde Mehari | Kassahun Mamo Geleta | Senayit Seyoum Yilma | Mulugeta Hailemariam Hussen | Hiwot Girma | Menen Abate | Eden Gebremikael

Scientific mentors: Celia Reyes | Anne Bernadette Mandap


Journal publication

No journal publications.


Working Papers

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Using a Community-Based Monitoring System (CBMS) to Investigate Progress on Sustainable Development Goals in Ethiopia: Gobessa Town, Mitana Gado Kebele (Shirka Wereda), and Wereda 10 (Addis Ababa) 2020-04-30 1.82MB 0 0
Determinants of Financial Inclusion for Youth Entrepreneurs: Evidence from Addis Ababa City and Shirka Wereda, Ethiopia 2020-04-30 1.26MB 0 0

Policy Briefs

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Boosting financial inclusion and promoting entrepreneurship among young people in Ethiopia 2020-05-15 548.10kB 0 0

Final report

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CBMS 20010 Design Paper Protected Pdf 2021-06-20 1.54MB 0 0

Proposal

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2018-09-02 1.17MB 0 0

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