Savings and Chance: Learning from the Lottery to Improve Financial Services in Haiti

Wilson, Kim
Levin, Mariah
2010-09-20

Savings and Chance, a study by a team from the Center for Emerging Market Enterprises (CEME) at the Fletcher School at Tufts University explores the ubiquity of gambling practices in Haiti and their implication for financial services. As findings indicate, the Haitian lottery, known as the borlette, appears as a historical and cultural response to economic and social marginalization, as well as a ... read more

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Feinstein International Center records
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Gambling
Haiti
Feinstein International Center
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