Margaret Miller is a Senior Economist in the Finance and Markets Global Practice, where she has promoted the use of entertainment education (EE) to support behavior change in finance. She authored the section on entertainment education in the upcoming 2015 World Development Report: Mind and Culture and was awarded a WBI Innovation Competition Grant to scale up the use of EE for development through partnerships with private media. Margaret has previously worked on the Millennium Development Goals and corporate strategy as well as on a number of topics in financial sector development including financial inclusion, financial capability and credit reporting. She holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of California at Berkeley, a Masters in International Policy Studies from Stanford University and a BA in Economics with Honors, also from Stanford.
- #2 from 2014: Entertainment Media Can Help Change Behaviors and Stop the Ebola Outbreak
- Blog Post of the Month: Entertainment Media Can Help Change Behaviors and Stop the Ebola Outbreak
- Entertainment Media Can Help Change Behaviors and Stop the Ebola Outbreak
- PISA data on financial literacy: Unanswered questions on developing financial skills for the broad student population
- Financial Education: What Works and What Doesn’t?
- Seeking Effective Policies to Promote Financial Inclusion
- Better Together: The Networked Path to Financial Literacy
- Credit Reporting: An Essential Building Block of Financial Access at the Base of the Pyramid