Jan Chipchase, IMTFI external advisory board member, is featured in Wired Magazine January 2011
Mesfin Fikre Woldmariam, UCI IMTFI researcher, is featured in Addis Fortune January 9, 2011
Jan Chipchase, UCI IMTFI researcher, is featured on National Geographic January 4, 2011
A study by UCI IMTFI researchers is featured by CGAP January 3, 2011
Jan Chipchase, IMTFI researcher, and Bill Maurer, anthropology professor and chair and IMTFI director, are featured in Fortune November 29, 2010
Heather Horst, UCI IMTFI and Humanities Research Institute researcher, is featured in the Oakland Local October 8, 2010
Jan Chipchase, UCI IMTFI researcher, is featured in the Economist October 6, 2010
Digicel Ordered to Pay with Pigs for Vanuatu Offence
UCI IMTFI is featured on VirtualPolitik October 1, 2010
Bill Maurer, anthropology professor and Institute for Money, Technology & Financial Inclusion director, is featured in All Africa and Science Development Network September 9, 2010
UCI’s Institute for Money, Technology and Financial Inclusion receives additional Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation funding for on the ground research in developing countries
A post by Bill Maurer, anthropology professor and Institute for Money, Technology and Financial Inclusion director, is featured in the CGAP blog and Mobile-Financial August 11, 2010
IMTFI hosts collaborative design workshop, announces 2011 call for research proposals
The behind-the-scenes logistics of Kenya’s mobile-money miracle
Anthropology professor and IMTFI director Bill Maurer receives grant to study emerging mobile money transfer industry
Jan Chipchase Blogs IMTFI's 11 Principles Paper
Syed Aiman Raza, UCI IMTFI researcher, is interviewed by Voice of America Urdu December 19, 2009
UCI professors bring the traditional study of anthropology into the 21st century with research on new media, technology and 'cloud computing'
Crystal Murphy Morgan, IMTFI researcher and planning, policy & design doctoral student, studies microfinance in Africa
IMTFI is featured in the Daily Pilot on August 28, 2009.
Awards totaling $230,000 will fund 17 projects investigating financial habits of world's poorest people
Banks and other financial companies have their eye on your mobile phone.
Research funded by $1.7 million grant from Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation