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Microenterprise Credit Programs: Déjà Vu
Abstract Microenterprises in low-income countries are the target of an increasing number of credit programs. These efforts resemble earlier problematic attempts to assist operators of small farmsExpand
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Taking a Fresh Look at Informal Finance
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Rural financial markets in low-income countries: Recent controversies and lessons
Abstract Recently some researchers have criticized traditional agricultural credit policies in low-income countries. This article identifies the major points of controversy between traditional viewsExpand
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Agricultural Credit in Latin America: A Critical Review of External Funding Policy
During the 1960's aid agencies channelled over one billion dollars to agricultural credit systems in Latin America. This plus local funds boosted the real value of rural credit by 12 percent perExpand
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Fungibility and the Design and Evaluation of Agricultural Credit Projects
Agricultural credit is an important element in development efforts in most low income countries. Some countries such as India, Brazil, and Thailand assign credit a leading role in rural development.Expand
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A critique of traditional agricultural credit projects and policies
Abstract Authors critique the results, assumptions, and policies commonly associated with agricultural credit projects in low income countries. A summary of new views on these projects is present.Expand
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Mobilizing Household Savings through Rural Financial Markets
  • D. W. Adams
  • Economics
  • Economic Development and Cultural Change
  • 1 April 1978
There is general agreement that in early stages of development most lowincome countries must rely heavily on agriculture for capitalizing their economies. Much less agreement is found on questionsExpand
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Evaluating the accuracy of technicians and pharmacists in checking unit dose medication cassettes.
The accuracy rates of board-registered pharmacy technicians and pharmacists in checking unit dose medication cassettes in the inpatient setting at two separate institutions were examined.Expand
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