MeLife Foundation

Using Technology and Innovation for Impact

To deliver safe, affordable, and convenient financial services at scale, the financial inclusion community must take full advantage of new technologies.

There is a need to reimagine product design beyond “one size fits all” and experiment with new business models.


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Common Cents Report: Behavioral Interventions Helping Americans Save More

New report one of the most significant applications of behavioral economics in field of LMI financial decision-making
Press Release

SAN FRANCISCO and DURHAM, NC., February 9, 2017/3BL Media/  - Common Cents, a financial research lab at Duke University and supported by MetLife Foundation, today unveiled its 2016 Annual Report.

The report details findings from seven completed behavioral intervention programs and ongoing research begun in 2016.  The work is part of Common Cent Lab’s three-year effort to improve the financial well being for 1.8 million low-to-moderate income (LMI) households in America.

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