Institute for Money, Technology & Financial Inclusion

Established in 2008, the Institute is housed in the School of Social Sciences. It is a leading research center on the consumer side of financial technology–everything from mobile money to AI-driven alternative credit scoring. We focus on the everyday use and implications of these new technologies: how people engage, refuse, modify, hack, and share them, and how they in turn influence people’s understandings of money, value, justice, even faith. Read on here.


Bill Maurer


Jenny Fan, Institute Manager