Microfinance investment funds: Objectives, players, potential
- P. Goodman (2006). Microfinance Investment Funds: Leveraging Private Capital for Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction (Springer Berlin Heidelberg), 11-45
- Abstract: Microfinance investment funds (MFIFs) are increasingly seen as a core part of the funding of microfinance institutions (MFIs). MFIFs take various legal forms and structures set up by a variety of players. But all serve the same purpose, which is to channel increasing funding to micro-entrepreneurs via MFIs in developing countries and transition economies. 2007 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
- Theme: Finance
- Reference type: Book Section
- Geographic location: Global South