1st Edition

Artificial Intelligence, Fintech, and Financial Inclusion

Edited By Rajat Gera, Djamchid Assadi, Marzena Starnawska Copyright 2024
    178 Pages 20 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    This book covers big data, machine learning, and artificial intelligence-related technologies and how these technologies can enable the design, development, and delivery of customer-focused financial services to both corporate and retail customers, as well as how to extend the benefits to the financially excluded sections of society.

    Artificial Intelligence, Fintech, and Financial Inclusion describes the applications of big data and its tools such as artificial intelligence and machine learning in products and services, marketing, risk management, and business operations. It also discusses the nature, sources, forms, and tools of big data and its potential applications in many industries for competitive advantage.

    The primary audience for the book includes practitioners, researchers, experts, graduate students, engineers, business leaders, and analysts researching contemporary issues in the area.

    1. Big Data and Artificial Intelligence for Financial Inclusion: Benefits and Issues.
    Peterson K. Ozili
    2. The Contribution of AI-Based Analysis and Rating Models to Financial Inclusion: The Lenddo Case for Women-Led SMEs in Developing Countries.
    Hicham Sadok and Djamchid Assadi
    3. Is the Capital Market based on Blockchain Technology Efficient for Financial Inclusion?.
    Mohamed Lachaari and Mustapha Benmahane
    4. Exploring the Regulatory contexts of Fintech Innovation for Financial IInclusion: The Case of Distributed Ledger Technologies in India.
    Saon Ray, Sandeep Paul and Smita Miglani
    5. Financial Inclusion through the Sphere of Solidarity in Corporate Governance: The Cases of Digital Crowdfunding and Conventional Microfinance.
    Djamchid Assadi and Jack Wroldsen
    6. Why Do Bank Customers Adopt FinTech Solution: The Case of India.
    Neha Kamboj, Mamta Sharma and Thomas Montario
    7. A Scientometric and Bibliometric Review of Impacts and Application of Artificial Intelligence and Fintech for Financial Inclusion.
    Rajat Gera, Priyanka Chadha, Ashima Saxena and Saurav Dixit
    8. The Role of Islamic Fintech in Indonesia to Improve Financial Inclusion for Resolving SDGs.
    Atina Shofawati
    9. Challenges of Artificial Intelligence Adoption for Financial Inclusion.
    Rajat Gera, Priyanka Chadha, Mona and G.S. Khera


    Rajat Gera Professor, Officiating Director School of Management and Dean School of Management, school of Economics and Commerce, School of Social Sciences and Humanities, CMR University, Bangalore, India  

    Djamchid Assadi is a Professor at the Burgundy School of Business and is member of several academic councils and editorial boards.

    Marzena Starnawska is a Senior Research Fellow in the Faculty of Management, University of Warsaw. She is an active member of EURAM community where she acts as board member and SIG Entrepreneurship Chair.