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Kenyas financial market
How much do MSEs borrow?
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1999 Baseline Survey access to credit amounts borrowed attitude towards borrowing borrow from commercial business activities capital co-operatives collateral commercial banks credit market credit schemes credit supply demand for credit descriptive statistics educated entrepreneurs Education in Kenya entrepreneurs borrow estimates female entrepreneurs financial layering financial markets financial services formal and informal formal enterprises formal financial institutions formality status funds Gender of proprietor important inclination to borrow informal enterprises information asymmetries interest rates ISBN Kshs KWFT level of credit likelihood Likelihood Ratio Tests loan application male MICRO AND SMALL micro-finance institutions MSE entrepreneurs MSE sector Multinomial logit Nairobi NGOs non-bank finance institutions Owino percent Peter Kimuyu Post Bank programmes proportion reduced rotating savings rural Kenya sample savings and credit seek out credit segments self-selection small enterprises sole proprietorship statistically significant structure supplementary survey supplier credit supply of credit support groups Table trade credit transaction costs urban location variable