Supporting Social Enterprises to Support Vulnerable Consumers: The Example of Community Development Finance Institutions and Financial Exclusion
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KeywordsSocial enterprise; Community development finance institutions; Financial exclusion; Equality of opportunity; Reflexive regulation;
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