Portfolios of the Poor: How the World's Poor Live on $2 a Day

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Princeton University Press, 2009 - 283 pagina's

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Inhoudsopgave

The Portfolios of the Poor
1
The Daily Grind
28
Dealing with Risk
65
Building Blocks Creating Usefully Large Sums
95
The Price of Money
132
Rethinking Microfinance The Grameen II Diaries
154
Better Portfolios
174
Appendix 1 The Story behind the Portfolios
185
Appendix 2 A Selection of Portfolios
211
Acknowledgments
243
Notes
247
Bibliography
265
Index
273
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Over de auteur (2009)

Daryl Collins is senior associate at Bankable Frontier Associates in Boston. Jonathan Morduch is professor of public policy and economics at New York University and coauthor of The Economics of Microfinance. Stuart Rutherford is the founder of SafeSave, a microfinance institution in Bangladesh. Orlanda Ruthven recently completed a doctoral degree in international development at the University of Oxford, and currently lives in Delhi.

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