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Demystifying Nonparticipation in Microcredit: A Population-Based Analysis

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  • Evans, Timothy G.
  • Adams, Alayne M.
  • Mohammed, Rafi
  • Norris, Alison H.

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  • Evans, Timothy G. & Adams, Alayne M. & Mohammed, Rafi & Norris, Alison H., 1999. "Demystifying Nonparticipation in Microcredit: A Population-Based Analysis," World Development, Elsevier, vol. 27(2), pages 419-430, February.
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