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Are Microfinance Borrowers in Lebanon Over-Indebted? The paper presents the results of the research study that aimed to provide empirical evidence that would confirm or refute indications of cross- and over-indebtedness in Lebanon, to analyze the causes of potential cross- or over-indebtedness, and to formulate recommendations on how to address these.
Microfinance and Business Start-ups: Review of the Current Practice in Europe Research Paper Justyna Pytkowska, Piotr Korynski Microfinance Centre, Poland Abstract The paper explores the theoretical background and the emergent evidence related to the role of access to finance for business start-ups and self-employment in Europe, with a specific focus on the role of microfinance institutions.
Microfinance: A Way Out for the Poor 1K. V. Srilakshmi and 2Murugan Ramu 1. The paper discusses the present scenario of microfinance Institutions (MFIs) in India. as a great opportunity for the financial sector and the economy as a whole. New Pathways Out of Poverty (2011) Sam Daley Harris - Microfinance is helping poor families in developin g countries move out of poverty. This book.
Drawing on renowned experts in microfinance and financial inclusion, this Research Agenda sheds much-needed light on this multifaceted challenge and points the way ahead for future research. Providing a critical and multidisciplinary approach to research in microfinance and financial inclusion, the authors provide a state-of-the-art overview of current scholarly knowledge on the provision of.
Working Paper, AIMS Project. Management Systems International: Washington, D.C., 2000.. Background to Market Research for Microfinance Institutions Session Objectives: This session will provide an overview of: MFIs and Their Markets The New Microfinance Landscape Trends in the New Microfinance Landscape Reasons for Developing New Products Marketing for Microfinance Institutions The.
Microfinance Research Proposal Sample Microfinance refers to all types of financial intermediation services provided to low-income households and enterprises in both urban and rural areas, including employees in the public and private sectors and the self-employed.
Another FSD Kenya research paper, highlighted that mobile betting in Kenya is both a strong propelling force for the increase in digital borrowings along with being a threat of a felony act. As per the survey results, mobile bettors constitute 20% of all digital borrowers and they are 25% more likely to either not repay timely or default on their digital loan as compared to non- mobile betting.