The study explores the financial lives of platform workers and finding answers to the following questions: do platform workers face volatility in their income and expenses, and how much do their earnings and expenditures vary on a day-to-day basis; how long do they work to earn as much as they would like to; whether and where they save and borrow; what strategies do they adopt to manage their money to meet their day-to-day expenses, raise lump-sums, deal with and recover from shocks; what social protection benefits do they have access to; what their financial goals are; and what barriers exist, if at all, in their pursuit of those goals.
Proposal for an outcome-based survey to test the effectiveness of UPI-fraudawareness campaign.
Are Fraud-awareness Campaigns Effective? Measuring the effectiveness of fraud-awareness campaigns and proposing recommendations for enhancing it
This study presents the design of an Outcome Based Survey crafted to evaluate the effect that UPI-fraud-awareness campaigns have in reducing individuals’ propensity to engage with fraudulent communication.
In this ongoing series, we will cover stories of citizens who have been excluded from social protection benefits delivered through the DBT and PDS.
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) recently allowed financial institutions to on-board new customers using video-KYC.