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Metrics details. Financial inclusion is a key element of social inclusion, particularly useful in combating poverty and income inequality by opening blocked advancement opportunities for disadvantaged segments of the population. This study intends to investigate the impact of financial inclusion on reducing poverty and income inequality, and the determinants and conditional effects thereof in developing countries.
Halsey Rogers, Hugo Nopo, Siwan Anderson, Jacob Mincer, Ahmed, S. Ravallion, Martin, Martin Ravallion,
All over the world, people are prevented from participating fully in society through mechanisms that go beyond the structural and institutional barriers that rational choice theory identifies —poverty, exclusion by law or force, taste-based or statistical discrimination, and externalities from social networks differentiated by socioeconomic status. Institutions, if they are stable, come to have cognitive foundationsconcepts, categories, social identities, and worldviewsthrough which people mediate their perceptions of themselves and the world around them. Abolishing or reforming a discriminatory institution may have little effect on the social categories it created; groups previously discriminated against by law may remain excluded through custom and habits of the mind. Recognizing new forces of social exclusion, behavioral economics identifies ways to offset them. Some interventions have had very consequential impacts. All over the world, people are prevented from participating fully in society for reasons that go beyond the structural and institutional barriers that rational choice theory identifies—poverty, exclusion by law or force, taste-based or statistical discrimination, and externalities from social networks differentiated by socioeconomic status.
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Das and S. Das , S. Mehta Published Economics.
Poverty and Social Exclusion in India
Poverty is about not having enough money to meet basic needs including food, clothing and shelter.