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Financial exclusion


  • Here are entered works on inadequate access to financial services for individuals, households, businesses, groups, or locations. Works on discrimination by financial service providers are entered under [Discrimination in financial services.]
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    • us: Exclusion, Financial
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  • Sources

    • found: Work cat.: 2016485377: Alberro, I. Inclusión financiera en México, 2016:p. 4 of cover (the lack of access to formal financial services on the part of economic agents limits economic growth; the situation is especially acute in developing countries; presented in this book are the results of an investigation on the topic for the case of Mexico; salient among the principal findings is that in Mexico financial inclusion is very low, above all for the low-income inhabitants, and that the financial offerings are heterogeneous and do not cover the demand in certain regions; this work proposes to direct government policies of financial inclusion to geographic areas where agents lack access to financial services and to promote the increase of offerings of services on the part of commercial banking in other regions)
    • found: Castree, N. Dictionary of human geography, 2013, via WWW, viewed Jan. 4, 2017(financial exclusion: a process in which certain sections of any society are denied access to financial goods and services; typically, the term 'financial exclusion' refers to individuals and households rather than businesses, but it may be extended to geographical areas; the term came to prominence in human geography and other social sciences in the 1990s)
    • found: Lämmermann, S. Financial exclusion and access to credit, 2010, via WWW, viewed Jan. 5, 2017(financial exclusion can be described as the inability of individuals, households or groups to access necessary financial services in an appropriate form; a person is considered financially excluded when they have no access to some or all of the services offered by mainstream financial institutions in their country of residence or do not make use of these services)
    • found: LC Web site, viewed Jan. 4, 2017:Publisher description for Financial exclusion (this text is concerned with the increasingly important and problematic area of financial exclusion, broadly defined as the inability and/or reluctance of particular societal groups to access mainstream financial services) Publisher description for Kept out or opted out? : understanding and combating financial exclusion (one and a half million households [in Britain] lack even the most basic of financial products, such as a current account and home contents insurance; a further 4.4 million are on the margins of financial services provision; despite widespread interest in financial exclusion, however, remarkably little is known about the nature of this problem)
    • found: Reader's guide to the social sciences, 2001, via WWW, viewed Jan. 4, 2017:under Financial services (LEYSHON & THRIFT have led a movement among social geographers and urbanologists to investigate the implications and dynamics of financial exclusion; the growing literature on financial exclusion tries to identify the social and economic consequences of some households' and businesses' inadequate access to affordable financial services)
    • found: Visser, W. A to Z of corporate social responsibility, 2010, via WWW, viewed Jan. 4, 2017:under Banking sector (concern has been expressed that bank branch closures have occurred more frequently in poorer communities, potentially increasing a local pattern of economic decline and leading to financial exclusion)
  • LC Classification

    • HG176.55
  • General Notes

    • Here are entered works on inadequate access to financial services for individuals, households, businesses, groups, or locations. Works on discrimination by financial service providers are entered under [Discrimination in financial services.]
  • Example Notes

    • Note under [Discrimination in financial services]
  • Change Notes

    • 2017-01-04: new
    • 2017-03-06: revised
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