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Social capital and microenterprise development: Microfinance and urban regeneration in eastern EuropeM. Marku (2003)More...
Financing small and micro-enterprises in rural areasE. Cheng (2003)More...
Making money, (re)making firms: Microbusiness financial networks in Birmingham’s Jewellery QuarterJ. S. Pollard (2007)More...
Promoting micro-enterprise through SHG: A case study of MAVIMN. Bharti (2014)More...
Informal credit markets in support of microbusinessA. G. Chandavarkar (1989)More...
Savings constraints and microenterprise development: Evidence from a field experiment in kenyaP. Dupas and J. Robinson (2013)More...
Performance improvement of bankruptcy prediction using credit card sales information of small & micro businessJ. Yoon, Y. S. Kwon and T. H. Roh (2007)More...
Heterogeneity in informal sector mitigation of micro-enterprise credit rationingD. W. Mushinski and K. A. Pickering (2007)More...
Gandhi vs Gauss: Ethical issues in micro and small business financeJ. D. Von Pischke (2008)More...
Nongovernmental organizations, micro-credit, and empowerment of womenJ. L. Fernando (1997)More...
World Bank lending for small enterprises 1989-1993L. M. Webster, R. Riopelle and A. M. Chidzero (1996)More...
The efficiency of credit-granting NGOs in Latin AmericaR. H. Schmidt and C. P. Zeitinger (1996)More...
Levels of empowerment: Marketers and microenterprise-lending NGOs in Apopa and Nejapa, El SalvadorS. Cosgrove (2002)More...
Microfinance in Russia: Broadening access to finance for micro and small entrepreneursS. K. Bossoutrot (2005)More...
Crowd funding as a tool of business transformation to micro enterprises in India – A conceptual frameworkA. V. Chirputkar, S. Saxena and J. Tarkas (2015)More...
The gray area in microenterprise developmentH. Pirela Martinez (1990)More...
The microfinance schismJ. Morduch (2000)More...
Handbook of microcredit in Europe: Social inclusion through microenterprise developmentB. J. Carboni, M. L. Caldern, S. R. Garrido, K. Dayson and J. Kickul (2010)More...
Financial System Approaches to Microenterprise Development: A Comparison of SHG Bank Linkage and MFI Model in MaharashtraN. Bharti (2014)More...
Microenterprise finance: is there a conflict between growth and poverty alleviation?P. Mosley and D. Hulme (1998)More...
Examining the effect of amanah ikhtiar Malaysia’s microcredit program on microenterprise assets in rural MalaysiaA. Al-Mamun, J. Adaikalam and M. N. H. Mazumder (2012)More...
Microenterprise credit programs: Deja vuD. W. Adams and J. D. Von Pischke (1992)More...
Microfinance investment funds: Objectives, players, potentialP. Goodman (2006)More...
Microfinance: A fashion imported from developing countries?J. F. Maystadt (2004)More...
Microfinance: Where are we and where are we going?M. Labie (2004)More...
Microenterprise financing preference: Testing POH within the context of Ghana’s rural financial marketE. Osei-Assibey, G. A. Bokpin and D. K. Twerefou (2012)More...
Formal and informal financial support for small and micro-enterprisesR. Meghir (1991)More...
Assessing the potential impact of Microfinance with agent-based modelingS. Rashid, Y. Yoon and S. B. Kashem (2011)More...
Prospects, problems and potential of credit-granting NGOsR. H. Schmidt and C. P. Zeitinger (1996)More...
Distant voices: The views of the field workers of NGOs in Bangladesh on microcreditM. M. Ahmad (2003)More...
Microcredit in the US: an alternative economic survival strategyL. J. Servon (1992)More...
The Microfinance Collateralized Debt Obligation: A Modern Robin Hood?H. N. E. Bystrm (2008)More...
Data mining strategies and methods to develop microfinance market – Use case currency exchangeH. U. Khan, Z. Ullah and M. Mahmud (2009)More...
Micro enterprises and microfinance for business women in rural areas of South Africa – A case study of Ga-Rankuwa at the interface between first and third worldH. E. Klingelhfer, P. O. Aiyepola and A. O. Adewunmi (2012)More...
Microfinance in cultures of non-repaymentM. J. Epstein and K. Yuthas (2010)More...
Meeting the credit needs of the micro enterprise sector: Issues in focusT. S. Nair (1998)More...
Investigating the effect of microcredit on microenterprise income in Peninsular MalaysiaA. Al-Mamun, C. A. Malarvizhi, S. A. Wahab and M. N. H. Mazumder (2011)More...
Measuring the trade-off between outreach and sustain-ability of microenterprise lendersJ. D. Von Pischke (1996)More...
Entrepreneurial choice with respect to U.S. microentrepreneurs and access to microloansC. E. W. Glackin (2011)More...
Overcoming selection bias in microcredit impact assessments: A case study in PeruG. A. Tedeschi (2008)More...
Micro-finance evangelism, ‘destitute women’, and the hard selling of a new anti-poverty formulaB. Rogaly (1996)More...
Microfinance and women’s empowerment: A lesson from IndiaF. Leach and S. Sitaram (2002)More...
Representing financial inclusion: The CGAP microfinance photo contest (Respond to this article at http://www.therai.org.uk/at/debate)A. Schwittay (2013)More...
Credit access, human capital and class structure mobilityW. B. Wydick (1999)More...
Microfinance in Africa: Is it Either the Problem or the Solution?G. Buckley (1997)More...
Microfinance in times of crisis: The effects of competition, rising indebtedness, and economic crisis on repayment behaviorU. Vogelgesang (2003)More...
Microequity and microfinanceM. Pretes (2002)More...
The pricing decision in the micro-business: A study of accountants, builders and printersP. Greenbank (1999)More...
Microfinance for microenterprise: The state of the artM. Schreiner and J. Len (2002)More...
Impact of Amanah Ikhtiar Malaysia’s microcredit schemes on microenterprise assets in MalaysiaM. Abdullah- Al, S. A. Wahab and C. A. Malarvizhi (2010)More...
Integrating saving into microenterprise programs for the poor: Do institutions matter?F. M. Ssewamala and M. Sherraden (2004)More...
The determinants of credit access and its impacts on micro and small enterprises: The case of garment producers in KenyaJ. E. Akoten, Y. Sawada and K. Otsuka (2006)More...
Finance and Growth for Microenterprises: Evidence from Rural ChinaT. Beck, L. Lu and R. Yang (2015)More...
Are women more credit constrained? Experimental evidence on gender and microenterprise returnsS. de Mel, D. McKenzie and C. Woodruff (2009)More...