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Efficience des institutions de microfinance en Bolivie et au Pérou :une approche Data Envelopment Analysis en deux étapes

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  • Gervais Thenet

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Cet article consiste, tout d’abord, à mesurer de plusieurs manières l’efficience de 61 institutions de microfinance (IMF) boliviennes et péruviennes avec la méthode Data Envelopment Analysis. Nos résultats indiquent que les IMF examinées observent des niveaux d’efficience financière élevés et des scores d’efficience sociale plutôt faibles. Les scores d’efficience sont ensuite régressés sur une série de facteurs explicatifs des caractéristiques des IMF. Nous montrons que le statut juridique, la méthode de prêt, l’âge et la zone d’opération déterminent l’efficience sociale. En revanche, ces facteurs influencent de manière beaucoup plus limitée les scores des efficiences financière et globale.

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  • Simon Cornée & Gervais Thenet, 2015. "Efficience des institutions de microfinance en Bolivie et au Pérou :une approche Data Envelopment Analysis en deux étapes," Working Papers CEB 15-040, ULB -- Universite Libre de Bruxelles.
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