This chapter illustrates the socio-economic conditions of both beggars and slums dwellers. Further, it also explains access and non-access patterns of financial products and services, and Patterns of access and non-access with reference to socio-economic factors. The objective of this chapter was to check the influence of financial access on socio economic conditions of urban poor in Lucknow and Kolkata. The methods utilized are financial inclusion index, Socio economic index and binary logistic regression model. The findings of this chapter showed those who have access are better than non-access holders. The socio-economic variables showed significant change except occupation.
- Socio-economic factors
- Binary logistic regression
- Non access
- Slum dwellers and beggars
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Ahmad Malik, F., Yadav, D.K. (2022). Socio-Economic Conditions and Pattern of Access and Non-Access in Recent Financial Inclusion Schemes of the Poorest of Poor. In: Financial Inclusion Schemes in India. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-1316-7_4
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