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IL SISTEMA DEL MICROCREDITO: una cura della povertà. La prospettiva secondo YUNUS

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  • Tommaso Reggiani

    (Università Milano-Bicocca student)

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E’ possibile intendere l’accesso al credito come un diritto umano e quindi esercitabile da qualsiasi persona, ricca o povera, istruita o analfabeta che sia? Eventualmente, una pratica ed approccio di questo tipo, è economicamente e socialmente sostenibile? Sono queste le due grandi sfide che in questo scritto cercheremo di ripercorre ed analizzare. L’intera argomentazione è tratta dal volume di Muhammad Yunus* “Il banchiere dei poveri” (1997) nel quale l’autore, nonché ideatore e teorico del sistema del microcredito, riporta le circostanze, esperienze e studi che lo hanno indotto a creare un istituto bancario che andasse oltre la mera logica della garanzia bancaria e le pratiche correnti, così da renderlo veramente accessibile e fonte di utilità per colui che del credito ha realmente bisogno: il povero.

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  • Tommaso Reggiani, 2005. "IL SISTEMA DEL MICROCREDITO: una cura della povertà. La prospettiva secondo YUNUS," Development and Comp Systems 0508005, EconWPA.
  • Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpdc:0508005
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    Keywords

    MICROCREDITO; YUNUS; ETICA ED ECONOMIA;

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    • O - Economic Development, Innovation, Technological Change, and Growth
    • P - Economic Systems

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