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Author Karmakar, K. G., 1952-

Title Towards financial inclusion in India / K.G. Karmakar, G.D. Banerjee, N.P. Mohapatra
Published Los Angeles : SAGE, 2011
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Description 1 online resource (xx, 575 pages) : illustrations
Summary Towards Financial Inclusion in India is a treatise on 'inclusion of the Last, the Lost and the Least'. It provides an in-depth analysis of the various pillars of financial inclusion such as micro-remittance, micro-savings, micro-credit and micro-insurance. The book stresses on financial literacy and counselling, which are core to the achievement of financial inclusion. The authors dwell upon the difficulties faced by vulnerable groups like women, tribals, weavers and rural populace while trying to access financial services. The book also analyzes inclusion measures like ICT interventions, post
Notes Includes index
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Subject Banks and banking -- Social aspects -- India.
Finance -- Social aspects -- India.
Financial services industry -- Social aspects -- India.
Microfinance -- India.
Poor -- India -- Finance, Personal.
Form Electronic book
Author Banerjee, Gangadhar.
Mohapatra, N. P.
ISBN 1283422204
8132109104 (electronic bk.)
9788132109105 (electronic bk.)