The index captures and quantifies the three dimensions of women’s inclusion (economic, social, political), justice (formal laws and informal discrimination), and security (at the individual, community, and societal levels) at the global level.
This case study shares the process and key lessons learned from the Investing in Women Code, a voluntary pledge signed by 100+ banks and investors across the UK, committing to provide data on financing for women entrepreneurs.
Global Microscope 2019: The enabling environment for financial inclusion
The Economist Intelligence Unit’s Global Microscope assesses the enabling environment for financial inclusion across 5 categories and 55 countries. In this 2019 edition, the EIU examines how countries are promoting financial inclusion for both women and men, with 11 new gender-focused indicators added to the framework.