Financial Inclusion in India: A case-study of West Bengal

@inproceedings{Chattopadhyay2011FinancialII,
  title={Financial Inclusion in India: A case-study of West Bengal},
  author={Sadhan Kumar Chattopadhyay},
  year={2011}
}
The study observes that although there has been an improvement in outreach activity in the banking sector, the achievement in respect of financial inclusion is not significant in West Bengal. An index of financial inclusion (IFI) has been developed in the study using data on three dimensions of financial inclusion. It is revealed from the index that Kolkata district leads with the highest value of IFI, while rest of the districts show a very low level of financial inclusion. This implies that… CONTINUE READING

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