Author(s):
Niyati Agrawal
Dvara Research
Published:
Dvara Research Research Brief , Sep 2020
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Financial inclusion is a key aspect of sustainable economic growth. It helps households mobilise savings, smooth consumption and manage risks throughout their life cycles. To measure the extent of financial inclusion in a country, it is important to look at the participation of households across various financial instruments. In this research brief, we try to map the spread of assets and liabilities of households across various states of India to compare the differences in their participation across financial instruments.

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