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Book Description PHI Learning. Second Edition. Contents Preface to the Second Edition Preface to the First Edition Acknowledgements 1 Rethinking Banking 2 Why Intervene in Credit Markets 3 Roots of Microfinance ROSCAs and Credit Cooperatives 4 Group Lending 5 Beyond Group Lending 6 Savings and Insurance 7 Gender 8 Commercialization and Regulation9 Measuring Impacts 10 Subsidy and Sustainability 11 Managing Microfinance Notes References Abbreviations Name Index Subject Index The microfinance revolution has allowed more than 150 million poor around the world to receive small loans without collateral build up assets and buy insurance This book offers an accessible and engaging analysis of the global expansion of financial markets in poor communities It introduces readers to the key ideas driving microfinance integrating theory with empirical data and addressing a range of issues including savings and insurance the role of women impact measurement and management incentives This second edition has been updated throughout to reflect the latest data with new material on commercialization credit contracts savings and insurance gender impact measurement and governance Appendixes and problem sets cover technical materialThe book is primarily meant for the undergraduate and postgraduate students of economics and public policy Researchers practitioners in the field will also find the book useful 488 pp. Seller Inventory # 92714