Better Micro Financers in Pakistan, Banks or Financial Institutions
The paper is an emphasis on the financial sustainability of micro financing in Pakistan where Banks and institution use different products & services that help in reducing the poverty by coping up with subjective & objective poverty, this study found that banks were more commercialized in terms of payback & interest rates while engaged in micro financing but despite that Banks are endeavoring more ventures to uplift poverty in Pakistan through micro financing to poor.
|Date of creation:||2011|
|Publication status:||Published in Acta Universitatis Danubius. Economica 1.10(2011): pp. 104-109|
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- M. Jahangir Alam Chowdhury & Dipak Ghosh & Robert E. Wright, 2005. "The impact of micro-credit on poverty: evidence from Bangladesh," Progress in Development Studies, SAGE Publishing, vol. 5(4), pages 298-309, October.
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