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The Internal Mechanism of Inclusive Finance Promoting Common Prosperity and High-quality Development

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DOI: 10.23977/ferm.2023.060914 | Downloads: 36 | Views: 481


Zhang Xinliang 1


1 School of Marxism, Zhejiang Financial College, Hangzhou, China

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Zhang Xinliang


Common prosperity stands as a shared objective pursued by the entire population. Inclusive finance, serving as a crucial avenue within the financial supply-side reform, aligns with the principles of common prosperity. It is inherently congruent with the rich traditional Chinese values of 'equity' and 'welfare for the people.' Inclusive finance advancement must prioritize people's needs and address existing challenges. As an exemplary zone for showcasing common prosperity, Zhejiang has exemplified the 'Zhejiang experience' through its practical implementation of inclusive finance, notably in digital inclusive finance. This endeavor plays a pivotal role in propelling the high-quality development of common prosperity.


Financial inclusion, Common prosperity, Internal mechanism, Practice


Zhang Xinliang, The Internal Mechanism of Inclusive Finance Promoting Common Prosperity and High-quality Development. Financial Engineering and Risk Management (2023) Vol. 6: 107-113. DOI:


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