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A Study on Women's Financial Inclusion Using Digital Technologies

A Study on Women's Financial Inclusion Using Digital Technologies
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Author(s): Palak Srivastava (Sherwood College of Professional Management, India)and Ahmad Tasnim Siddiqui (Babu Banarasi Das University, India)
Copyright: 2023
Pages: 15
Source title: ICT as a Driver of Women’s Social and Economic Empowerment
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Pankaj Dhaundiyal (CHRIST University (Deemed), India)and Sana Moid (Amity University, India)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-6118-1.ch002


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The objective of making financial services available digitally is to reduce poverty and contribute to increasing the participation of people in using financial services. Women's economic participation both manually and digitally is still unequal in emerging economies. Financial inclusion has become crucial to focus on as it is both important for men and women. Women's financial inclusion enhances their productivity which directly impacts their growth and information and communication technology (ICT) has facilitated women to discover, explore, design, and present information without any problem. So, it is a matter of fact that now in this period of Digital India the inclusive finance for women should increase and they should have accessibility to all the financial services that are running digitally. Women having limited access to these financial services is dangerously pushing them back towards the digital divide. In the context of these conditions, this chapter explores the accessibility of financial facilities to women in the economy using digital platforms through ICT.

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