This landscaping assessment reviews the entrepreneurship ecosystem for micro, small and medium enterprises led by women in Tamil Nadu, and provides a granular view of district-wise variations in entreprneuership activity and performance.
This study involved a systematic review of the available empirical evidence on weather indexed insurance, to identify research priorities and inform policy action.
This study reviews the current landscape of digital financial service offerings and regulations in India, and also brings forth demand-side perspectives on using these services.
With low digital literacy a major obstacle in achieving digital financial inclusivity, very little concern has gone towards the usability of digital financial services/products. This study examines the factors that influence the usability of digital products designed for farmers.
This study provides insights into the impacts of demonetization among low-income bank account holders and their change in behaviour, attitudes, and perceptions towards digital payments.
In the context of an increasing thrust on digital financial inclusion in India, this study examines the role of human touch points in assisting clients from low-income households in transitioning to digital financial services.
Using an experimental approach, this study evaluates the impact of a formal financial service delivery model – Kshetriya Grameen Financial Services (KGFS) – on rural households in Tamil Nadu.
This study aims to gain deeper insights into the financial needs of micro-merchants and identify skill and capacity gaps that need to be addressed in order to ease their adoption of digital payments.
The study evaluates the impact of financial literacy training on take-up of index-based rainfall insurance products.