Group lending or individual lending ? Evidence from a randomised field experiment in Mongolia

@inproceedings{Haas2011GroupLO,
  title={Group lending or individual lending ? Evidence from a randomised field experiment in Mongolia},
  author={R. Haas and Emla Fitzsimons},
  year={2011}
}
Group lending or individual lending? Evidence from a randomised field experiment in Mongolia Although microfinance institutions across the world are moving from group lending towards individual lending, this strategic shift is not substantiated by sufficient empirical evidence on the impact of both types of lending on borrowers. We present such evidence from a randomised field experiment in rural Mongolia. We find a positive impact of access to group loans on food consumption and… CONTINUE READING
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