2 edition of Microfinance institutions and public policy found in the catalog.
Microfinance institutions and public policy
Daniel C. L. Hardy
by International Monetary Fund, Monetary and Exchange Affairs Department in [Washington, D.C.]
Written in English
|Statement||Daniel C. Hardy, Paul Holden, and Vassili Prokopenko.|
|Series||IMF working paper -- WP/02/159|
|Contributions||Holden, Paul, 1944-, Prokopenko, Vassili., International Monetary Fund. Monetary and Exchange Affairs Dept.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||36|
In the beginning, much of the microfinance industry was managed by non-governmental organizations, but today the majority of these institutions are commercial and regulated by governments, and. TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword Table of Contents Acknowledgements PART I: INTRODUCTION 1. Efficiency and sustainability in microfinance (Bernd Balkenhol) Promise and achievements Efficiency in the microfinance literature Efficiency: The concept Applicability of efficiency concepts in microfinance Efficiency versus financial sustainability Structure of the book PART II.
D. Level of Microfinance Loan Average microfinance loan of an NGO microfinance institution or of a cooperative bank or credit union in the Philippine case is about P25, (from a low of P2, to P5,). To be realistic, the maximum principal amount of a microfinance loan can be pegged at P, This isFile Size: 19KB. The world's best MFIs ranked by size, efficiency, risk and return.
Microfinance institutions make a big difference in the world by offering microloans and other microcredit products to help spur economic development. We’ve compiled a list of 80 microfinance companies, institutions, lenders, non-profits, and friends of the microfinance movement. They are an inspiration to others in the global movement to end poverty and we hope you 57 Microfinance. complete “how-to” manual for appraising microfinance institutions. Such manuals, which describe the methodology for analyzing microfinance institutions, already exist. Further, it doesn’t discuss financial adjustments, which are needed when comparing institutions with very distinct accounting Size: KB.
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Microfinance and Public Policy: Outreach, Performance and Efficiency (International Labour Organization (ILO) Century) th Edition by B. Balkenhol (Editor)Format: Hardcover.
The contribution of this book to the debate on the role of the state and public policy in microfinance is that it defines criteria for meritorious microfinance institutions that are - not yet - financially self-sufficient.
The key concept developed here is efficiency. Microfinance institutions (MFIs) provide a public good; if MFIs create and deepen markets where none existed before, there may be a case for public support. This book is based on a study of 45 MFIs, and applies factor analysis and cluster analysis to show that MFIs form clusters in.
Microfinance and Public Policy Microfinance and Public Policy The goal of microfinance institutions (MFIs) is to help the poor cope better with risk, take advantage of small income-generating.
This book provides a concise introduction to microfinance – the key issues, debates, research agenda and public policy relevance. Illustrated by real-life examples, the book’s sections also highlight key publications and data sources and identify gaps for future : Bernd Balkenhol.
By Bernd Balkenhol This chapter illustrates the challenges of public policy in microfinance: any decision must take into account a host of factors bearing on consumers, institutions, markets, principles of policy and hard-nosed electoral politics.
Imagine a microfinance institution. Microfinance and public policy. Outreach, performance and efficiency. This book states to aid agencies and governments to consider efficiency as a robust and reliable criterion to guide their decisions on whether continuing or discounting support from microfinance institutions (MFIS).
The book has three parts: part one takes a macroeconomic perspective toward general microfinance issues and is primarily non-technical. Part two narrows its focus to the provision of financial intermediation, taking a more technical approach and moving progressively toward.
xxii The New Microfinance Handbook. Kate Lauer is a policy advisor to CGAP and a Senior Associate with Bankable Frontier Associates. She has a JD from New York University and has written and worked extensively on legal and policy issues related to financial inclusion.
Many governments and nongovernmental organizations have adopted policies to promote the growth of microfinance institutions (MFIs).
The appropriate level and form of support for MFIs are discussed. This book offers an accessible and engaging analysis of the global expansion of financial markets in poor communities. It introduces readers to the key ideas driving microfinance, integrating theory with empirical data and addressing a range of issues, including savings and insurance, the role of women, impact measurement, and management by: Microfinance Institutions and Public Policy Prepared by Darnel C.
Hardy, Paul Holden, and Vassili Prokopenko' Authorized for distribution by Patricia Brenner September Abstract The views expressed in this Working Paper are those ofthe author(s) and do not necessarily represent those of the IMF or IMF policy.
Working Papers describe. Title: Microfinance Institutions and Public Policy - WP/02/ Created Date: 9/23/ PM. Microfinance institutions and public policy. The Journal of Policy Reform: Vol. 6, No. 3, pp. Cited by: Public policy toward MFIs in a country will have to take into account the similarities and differences among the institutions that operate or could be established there.
Services and Clientele. Microfinance institutions and public policy Many governments and nongovernmental organizations have adopted policies to promote the growth of microfinance institutions (MFIs). The appropriate level and form of support for MFIs are discussed in this paper on the basis of a review of key MFI characteristics.
Microfinance institutions and public policy Author: Daniel C Hardy ; Paul Holden ; Vassili Prokopenko ; Monetary and Exchange Affairs Dept. ; International Monetary Fund. Many governments and nongovernmental organizations have adopted policies to promote the growth of microfinance institutions (MFIs).
The appropriate level and form of support for MFIs are discussed in this paper on the basis of a review of key MFI characteristics. Governments are also responsible for the regulation of MFIs; here, some principles concerning the extent and coverage of MFI. Microfinance and Public Policy by Bernd Balkenhol,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
Microfinance Institutions and Public Policy What is the appropriate support level, form, and regulation options for microfinance institutions. Download. 37 pages. This paper addresses public policy issues connected with the growth of the microfinance sector.
It observes that the multiplication and growth of microfinance institutions (MFIs) has. Many governments and nongovernmental organizations have adopted policies to promote the growth of microfinance institutions (MFIs). The appropriate level and form of support for MFIs are discussed in this paper on the basis of a review of key MFI characteristics.
Governments are also responsible for the regulation of MFIs; here, some principles concerning the extent and coverage of .She is coauthor of The Economics of Microfinance (MIT Press). Jonathan Morduch Jonathan Morduch is Professor of Public Policy and Economics at New York University's Wagner Graduate School of Public Service.
He is the coauthor of The Economics of Microfinance (MIT Press) and Portfolios of the Poor: How the World's Poor Live on $2 a Day.THE KEY PRINCIPLES OF MICROFINANCE. Commitment to applying good practice in microfinance comes from the highest lev- els of donor countries and agencies.
In Junethe Group of Eight (G8) endorsed the “Key Principles of Microfinance” at a meeting of heads of state in Sea Island, Georgia, Size: 1MB.