The research papers produced under both the research tracks are available here
Blog Post Series
The blog posts and fact sheets summarising the key findings from the research is available here
The Household Finance Research Initiative (HFRI) at Dvara Research aims to understand how low-income households use financial and non-financial instruments to attain their objectives. Through this initiative, we aim to generate and catalyse insightful and rigorous research on low-income households that is customer-centric as well as relevant and responsive to the Indian policy context and financial landscape. To further this initiative and encourage collective learning from academic and non-academic research institutions, Dvara Research is conducting the 5th Dvara Research Conference, 2021, on the theme of Household Finance.
As part of this conference, we announced a global call for proposals, in May 2020, on themes at the intersection of financial inclusion and household finance research. After multiple rounds of screening, we selected a total of 10 research teams. The selected research teams will present their research outputs at this conference categorised under two research tracks. We also have eminent speakers joining us for keynote sessions, expert talks, and panel discussion on various themes of household finance.
The 10 research teams will present their research outputs at Household Finance Research Conference scheduled for 7th to 11th June 2021. As part of this conference, we also have eminent speakers joining us for keynote sessions, expert talks, and panel discussions on various themes of household