The ever-increasing complexity of financial lives for low and middle-income households, this area of research can critically guide the development of both financial markets and appropriate products that better serve the needs of customers.
Dvara Open Online Repository (DOOR) provides a single location to access publicly available household finance data in India. It is a carefully curated catalogue of datasets which are a product of various research efforts testing different hypotheses by studying household-level financial decision making.
Dvara Research is actively seeking to build collaborations with the researchers interested in undertaking rigorous empirical research to develop a deeper understanding of financial behaviours of households.
A multimedia collection of research and responses that dig into policy initiatives, legislative measures, and public health interventions, this collection offers an in-depth analysis of how states navigate challenges and global crises.
A comprehensive collection of research materials that delve into crucial topics within the realm of finance. Focusing on the intersection of social responsibility and financial expertise, the course materials prominently feature resources on empowering low income households by safeguarding the stability and integrity of financial organizations.
In all our research efforts, we strive to maintain an independent voice that speaks for the low-income household and household enterprises. Our ability to perform this function is significantly enhanced by our commitment to disseminate as a pure public good, all the intellectual capital that we create.