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The Grameen Bank micro-credit model: Lessons for Australian Indigenous economic policy

@inproceedings{Mcdonnell1999TheGB,
  title={The Grameen Bank micro-credit model: Lessons for Australian Indigenous economic policy},
  author={Siobhan Mcdonnell},
  year={1999}
}
s or Summaries of all CAEPR Discussion Papers can be found at the following World Wide Web address: http://online.anu.edu/caepr/ As with all CAEPR publications, the views expressed in this Discussion Paper are those of the author(s) and do not reflect an official CAEPR position. Professor Jon Altman Director, CAEPR The Australian National University April 1999 DISCUSSION PAPER NO. 178 iii C E N T R E F O R A B O R I G I N A L E C O N O M I C P O L I C Y R E S E A R C H Foreword During 1998, two… Expand
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