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Significance of Religion in Occupation Pattern and Financial Decision-Making of Working Women-A Statistical Perspecption

  title={Significance of Religion in Occupation Pattern and Financial Decision-Making of Working Women-A Statistical Perspecption},
  author={Dilip M. Patil},
Issues concerning women’s autonomy have become the primary concern of policy makers and researchers interested in women’s status and wellbeing. Women’s autonomy over financial participation in decision making process and their autonomy are equally important components of women empowerment along with access to resources. The literature and empirical evidences show that, empowerment of women and autonomy is influenced by their religious practices and social custom. The present study has tried to… 

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