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Do Financial Education Interventions for Women from Poor Households Impact their Financial Behaviors? Experimental Evidence from India.

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The second in our Quantitative Work-in-progress series, a student-led activity organised at the Faculty of Education by the REAL Centre, will take place Mon 15 Feb from 12:30 to 13:30.

Aditi Bhutoria will present: ‘Do Financial Education Interventions for Women from Poor Households Impact their Financial Behaviors? Experimental Evidence from India.’

The seminar is open to all students and faculty interested in research that falls under the remit of the REAL Centre, as well as those keen to expand their knowledge of quantitative research.

This talk is part of the REAL Centre series.

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