Websites: AFI Global: Alliance for Financial Inclusion Cash Transfers to Tackle Childhood Poverty and Vulnerability: An Analysis of Peru’s Juntos Program. International Institute for Environment and Development Financial Access for the Rural Poor in Peru. CEGA (Center for Effective Global Action) Forensics, Memory, and Development: a Peruvian Perspective. Hemispheric Institute E-misférica Microcredit. CGAP Microfinance Gateway Peru Economic Watch: E-Money: an estimate of potential demand. BBVA Working Paper Peru: A Country Study. Library of Congress Peru. Finclusion Lab Show Them the Money: Why Giving Cash is the Best Form of Aid. Foreign Affairs (Council of Foreign Relations) The Potential of Mobile Banking in Peru as a Mechanism for Financial Inclusion. BBVA Working Paper The Promise of Microfinance for Poverty Relief in the Developing World. CSA Discovery Guides

Articles: Das, Jishnue; Quy-Toan, Do; and Ozler, Berk. Reassessing Conditional Cash Transfer Programs. The World Bank Research Observer, Vol. 20, No. 1 (Spring 2005), 57-80 Jones, Nicola; Vargas, Rosana; and Villar, Eliana. Conditional Cash Transfers in Peru: Tackling the Multi-Dimensionality of Poverty and Vulnerability. UNICEF, (2008). Perova, Elizaveta; and Renos, Vakis. Welfare impacts of the “Juntos” Program in Peru: Evidence from a Non- Experimental Evaluation. World Bank, (March 2009). Project Appraisal Document on a proposed loan in the amount of US $25.0 Million to the Republic of Peru for the Juntos Results for Nutrition Project. World Bank, (January 21, 2011). Streuli, Natalia. Children’s Experiences of Juntos, a Conditional Cash Transfer Scheme in Peru. Oxford Department of International Development, (May, 2012). The Use of Financial Inclusion Data in South Africa, the Philippians, and Peru. Global Partnership for Financial Inclusion (GPFI), (January, 2014). Vargus, Rosana. Gendered Risks, Poverty and Vulnerability in Peru, A Case of the Juntos Programme. Overseas Development Institute, (2010)

Banerjee, A., & Duflo, E. (2011). Poor economics a radical rethinking of the way to fight global poverty. New York: PublicAffairs.
Santiso, J. (2012). The Oxford handbook of Latin American political economy. New York: Oxford University Press.

 We have done extensive research and used innumerable sources to inform our understanding of economic development and the financial climate in Peru. We are continuously reviewing available literature to stay current on trends and advances in this area of study. The above is a selection of articles and books we have found helpful, but this list is in no way exhaustive.

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