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Microfinance and Poverty Alleviation
Case Studies from Asia and the Pacific

ISBN 9781138002135
Published August 12, 2014 by Routledge
272 Pages

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Book Description

First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Table of Contents

Part I Microfinance: From Theory to Practice; Chapter 1 Financing a Revolution: An Overview of the Microfinance Challenge in Asia-Pacific, Mike Getubig, David Gibbons, Joe Remenyi; Chapter 2 Is there a ‘State of the Art’ in Microfinance?, Joe Remenyi; Part II Microfinance in South Asia; Chapter 3 Bangladesh: The Pioneering Country, Iftekhar Hossain, Javed Sakhawat, Ben Quiñones, Stuart Rutherford; Chapter 4 Microfinance in India: Adjusting to Economic Liberalization, Sanjay Sinha, John Samuel, Ben Quiñones; Chapter 5 Microfinance in Nepal: Coping with Dispersed Markets, Harihar Dev-Pant, Dipak Dhungel, H. Dieter Seibel; Chapter 6 Microfinance in Sri Lanka: The Importance of Adapting to Local Conditions, Sunimal Fernando, Joe Remenyi; Part III East Asia and the Pacific Islands; Chapter 7 Microti na rice in Indonesia: Experiments in Linkages and Policy Reform, Uben Parhusip, H. Dieter Seibel; Chapter 8 Microfinance in Malaysia: Aiming at Success, Siwar Chamhuri, Ben Quiñones; Chapter 9 Microfinance in the Philippines: Battling the System, Ruth Callanta, Edgardo Garcia, Gilberto M. Llanto, H. Dieter Seibel; Chapter 10 Microfinance in the Pacific Islands: Adjusting to Aid Dependence and the Dutch Disease, Joe Remenyi; Part IV Conclusions: Learning from Experience; Chapter 11 Microfinance For and By the Poor: Lessons from Experience, David Gibbons, Ben Quiñones, Joe Remenyi, H. Dieter Seibel;

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Joe Remenyi Programme Coordinator, Asian and Pacific Development Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Benjamin Quiñones Jr.