Microfinance in Developing Countries: Issues, Policies and Performance Evaluation
J. Gueyie, R. Manos, J. Yaron
Springer, Jan 17, 2013 - Business & Economics - 244 pages
Microfinance in developing countries is a collection of studies by leading researchers in the field of microfinance. It discusses key issues that the rapidly growing microfinance industry currently faces, and offers interesting views and analysis of topical matters concerning the microfinance realm.
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