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CREDIT RISK MANAGEMENT IN MICROFINANCE : THE CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK

@inproceedings{Ibtissem2014CREDITRM,
  title={CREDIT RISK MANAGEMENT IN MICROFINANCE : THE CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK},
  author={Baklouti Ibtissem and Abdelfettah Bouri},
  year={2014}
}
Microfinance gained tremendous attention and became a buzz-word in policy-makers as well academic researchers mainly when Muhammad Yunus, the founder of Microcredit, received the Nobel Prize for Peace in 2006. This field attracted a considerable interest in the financial world and Micofinance institution sustainability problem was one of the main topics that has been hotly debated. In this paper, we traced developments in the credit risk management in microfinance institutions. We also… 

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