Understanding the Nature of Financial Exclusion: Experiences from Field Survey in Bengaluru and Tumkur

  • Meenakshi Rajeev
  • B. P. Vani
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The previous chapter delineates the basic characteristics of our respondents (sample group), who are primarily self-employed in trading business and in regular need of funds, in particular, for meeting their working capital.


Banking Sector Initial Investment Financial Inclusion Bank Manager Consumer Durable 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Centre for Economic Studies and Policy (CESP)Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC)BangaloreIndia

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