Research on Financial Exclusion in Ethnic Areas

Research on Financial Exclusion in Ethnic Areas

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Author(s): Yucheng Zhou, Juan Wang

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DOI: 10.18483/ijSci.2368 19 28 21-28 Volume 9 - Aug 2020

Abstract

This article mainly studies the national minority areas. First, it systematically sorts out the financial exclusion theory and the financial development literature of the minority areas, and combines the economic and financial data at the provincial and county levels to empirically analyze the financial exclusion in the minority areas. The status quo, the influencing factors and the consequences of this, and some suggestions for managing financial exclusion in ethnic areas.

Keywords

Ethnic Regions, Financial Exclusion, Regression Analysis

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