Pro-Poor Growth & Microfinance: Some Related Evidence, and a Research Agenda. Jonathan Zinman FRBNY*. Dean S. Karlan Princeton University, M.I.T. Poverty Action Lab. World Bank April 21st, 2005
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Pro-Poor Growth & Microfinance:Some Related Evidence,and a Research Agenda
Dean S. Karlan
M.I.T. Poverty Action Lab
April 21st, 2005
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I. Can microfinance be used to promote pro-poor growth?
II. If it can, how?
Some research findings we need to help answer the big questions:
Moral Hazard / Repayment Burden
Re: Question #1 (Decision-Making)
Re: Question 2. How financial markets work:
Evidence on Question #1 (Decision-Making)
Re: Question #3. Marginal returns, and the billion-dollar impacts question.