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Rinelle Chetty

Rinelle works as a senior researcher on the Insights team for insight2impact. She joined Cenfri in 2017 and was involved in finding behavioural interventions, or nudges, that significantly influence the uptake and use of financial products and services for our behavioural science database. She has also been focusing on what behavioural interventions work on women and how to influence uptake/use of financial products among women in an upcoming IDRC Gender and Behavioural Science paper. Previous projects include the DataHack4FI innovation competition and the MAP Myanmar demand-side diagnostic.

  • Masters in applied economics, with a focus on experiments and behavioural economics, University of Cape Town
  • Bachelor of Business Science in economics, University of Cape Town
Recent Content by Rinelle Chetty
ZPOS: The potential of merchant data in improving credit access
DataHack4FI country winner discovering the prospect of using financial manageme...
Bizfundi: Improving credit access through tailored business advice
Targeting small businesses with personalised business advice and predicting successful loan applications...
A-trader: Promoting investment and savings with robo-advisor services
A case study on DataHack4FI Innovation Award winner for Tanzania  A-trader seeks to...
ZedCredit: Sentiment analysis in the design of womens savings solution
ZedCredit from Zambia provides access to savings, loans and a credit score via their mobile app. ZedCredit is a fintech based in Zambia that...
What can behavioural science tell us about the financial decisions of women?
Women are significantly less likely to use formal banking services than men, due to a range of barriers to access and use. A lack of gender-disagg...
Behavioural interventions that advance financial inclusion
“A behavioural intervention is any customer interaction that has been explicitly designed to influence ...