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Linking Electronic Payments and Social Cash Transfers in India
 

Linking Electronic Payments and Social Cash Transfers in India

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From April to September 2013, CGAP directed a research study to better understand how the electronic payment of social benefits in Andhra Pradesh, outside of the future integration of Aadhaar, impacts ...

From April to September 2013, CGAP directed a research study to better understand how the electronic payment of social benefits in Andhra Pradesh, outside of the future integration of Aadhaar, impacts the lives of poor beneficiaries, the agents who complete the transactions, and the banks who are disbursing funds. In addition, analysis was done of the potential impact that a full roll-out of the Aadhaar system could have in the already largely electronic payment system of Andhra Pradesh. The research showed that while there are no banking regulations that prevent the electronic payments from being used to promote financial inclusion, there are design elements in the program that act as barriers and prevent electronic payments from linking beneficiaries with additional financial services.

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