The Double Bottom Line Marriage in Microfinance: Who Wears The Pants?

Microfinance was born out of an impulse by social entrepreneurs and development practitioners (and others, including self-help groups of poor people themselves) who wanted to do something about the lack of access to affordable and reliable financial services (especially loans) by the poor. Mohammad Yunnus and Stuart Rutherford, two action-researchers working in Bangladesh, proved to […]

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