Territorial development and community currencies : symbolic meanings in Brazilian community development banks
Brazilian community development banks (CDBs) have established various coordinated financial mechanisms aiming to restructure poor and peripheral local economies. Their development strategy includes an instrument to facilitate access to microfinance and a community currency, combined with the definition of vocational training programmes and support for business start-‐ ups. (...)
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|Date of creation:||2015|
|Publication status:|| Published in International Journal of Community Currency Research, 2015, 19 (D), pp.6-17. |
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