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Applying Farmer Technology Acceptance Model to Understand Farmer's Behavior Intention to use ICT Based Microfinance Platform: A Comparative analysis between Bangladesh and China

  title={Applying Farmer Technology Acceptance Model to Understand Farmer's Behavior Intention to use ICT Based Microfinance Platform: A Comparative analysis between Bangladesh and China},
  author={Md. Khaled Amin and Jinghua Li},
  booktitle={Wuhan International Conference on E-Business},
Bangladesh has been a pioneer in the microfinance movement since its inception in the early 1980s, and today this concept has been adopted by many countries including China, India, and Brazil. It is already proven as strong and useful poverty reduction tools by researchers worldwide. Conversely, Online Peer-to-Peer (P2P) lending, also known as online social lending is a new form of electronic commerce platform for the poor. Nowadays, the main concept has been exacerbated by MFIs towards… 

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