Kyle Holloway

Kyle Holloway is a Program Manager for Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) where he manages an initiative as part of its Financial Inclusion Program. He previously served as a Research Manager for IPA Uganda overseeing a portfolio of projects studying outcomes in governance, health, finance, small business, and gender empowerment. Kyle has an MA in Economics from the Vancouver School of Economics at the University of British Columbia and a BS in Engineering Physics from Taylor University.

By Kyle Holloway


How Do Mobile Money Fee Structures Impact the Poor?

Pricing data from leading mobile money providers shows significant diversity in pricing models.

Can Financial Inclusion Change Gender Norms?

What does women's economic empowerment look like? Increasingly, researchers and practitioners are focusing on two parallel approaches: Alleviating the symptoms of social and gender norms to enhance access to finance, and potentially changing prevailing gender norms themselves.