Understanding the ecosystem of microfinance institutions in India

  title={Understanding the ecosystem of microfinance institutions in India},
  author={Debapratim Purkayastha and Trilochan Tripathy and Biswajit Das},
  journal={Social Enterprise Journal},
This paper aims to build upon the various studies conducted on the ecosystem and expands the understanding of the ecosystem of microfinance institutions (MFIs) in India. The discussions in this essay entail a literature review that analyzes the discourse on the ecosystem of MFIs, and based on this an attempt has been made to conceptually design a model for the ecosystem of MFIs in India.,The authors design the “Indian microfinance ecosystem model” based on the actors in the broader financial… 
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