Revisión bibliográfica sobre inclusión financiera como estrategia de recuperación y de crecimiento fintech

  • Daniel Cardona Instituto Tecnológico Metropolitano
Palabras clave: Instituciones Financieras, Educación Financiera, Decisiones Financieras, Fintech, Inclusión Financiera.

Resumen

El presente artículo pretende dar un acercamiento a la inclusión financiera digital desde la visión post- COVID-19 como posible herramienta de desarrollo y resiliencia. Mediante un seguimiento bibliográfico de análisis institucionales, investigaciones académicas e informes de entidades relevantes, se hace un mapeamiento de los aportes y recomendaciones sobre la temática en materia de recuperación económica. En los resultados se confirma la trascendencia de la inclusión financiera digital como elemento aportante a la reconstrucción y fortalecimiento del flujo económico y del tejido financiero, y se proponen acciones para su correcta adopción.

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  • Biografía del autor/a

    Daniel Cardona, Instituto Tecnológico Metropolitano

    Ingeniero Industrial y Magister en Finanzas, Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia. Especialista en
    Finanzas y Mercados de Capitales, Universidad de Medellín, Medellín, Colombia. Estudiante de Doctorado en
    Desarrollo Local y Cooperación Internacional, Universidad de Valencia, Valencia, España. Dirección: Calle 54A
    No. 30 – 01 Medellín Colombia, Tel: (+574) 460 07 27. Correo electrónico: danielcardona@itm.edu.co. Orcid:
    https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8689-4399

Publicado
2020-07-01
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Cardona, D. (2020). Revisión bibliográfica sobre inclusión financiera como estrategia de recuperación y de crecimiento fintech. Semestre Económico, 23(55), 183-203. https://doi.org/10.22395/seec.v23n55a8

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