Bilal Zia is an economist in the DECRG Finance and Private Sector group. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from MIT and has experience in various impact evaluation projects on financial literacy, including evaluation of a financial literacy program in Indonesia, a business and financial literacy training program for youth entrepreneurs in Bosnia-Herzegovina, a comprehensive financial literacy program for MFI borrowers and savers in India, a sophisticated de-biasing program for stock market investors in India, school-based financial literacy programs in Brazil, and multi-layered marketing experiments in South Africa.
- 04/23/13 Data Corruption and Mucked up Stratification –Problems and (Potential) Solutions in Primary Research
- 04/22/13 Mainstream Media for Social and Financial Change
- 09/16/12 An intervention where the whole is greater than the sum of the parts: Financial literacy for migrants and their families
- 09/04/12 What have we learned about financial literacy around the world?
- 05/29/12 Can Financial Literacy Help Migrants Save on Remittance Costs?
- 06/17/11 Unpacking the Causal Chain of Financial Literacy
- 06/06/11 Should It Be our Business to Promote Business Training?
- 08/12/10 The Fad of Financial Literacy?