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Enterprise Development & Microfinance - Volume 28 (2017)

an international journal
Edited By Jason Donovan (ICRAF)
Enterprise Development & Microfinance (EDM) explores development explores how actors and private businesses can improve the impact and reach of their interventions aimed at strengthening rural livelihoods, reducing rural poverty, and promoting economic growth and entrepreneurship in rural and urban areas. It is essential reading for those engaged in the design, implementation of market-oriented development programming in developing countries.

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Enterprise Development and Microfinance - Institutional Print and Online 2017
ISBN: 1755-1978-16
£152.00
Enterprise Development and Microfinance - Institutional Online Only 2017
ISBN: 1755-1986-16
£121.00
Enterprise Development and Microfinance - Personal Print 2017
ISBN: 1755-1978-16a
£56.00

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  • Synopsis

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    Enterprise Development & Microfinance (EDM) provides a forum for those involved in designing and running enterprise development and microfinance programmes in developing countries. EDM is essential reading for managers of projects, providers of technical assistance, consultants to projects, policymakers and staff of donor agencies or those engaged in research of this field. In each issue EDM provides major articles on updated themes, which have included: New banking technologies; Making markets work for the poor; Business environment in Africa; and Value chain finance. EDM's regular features include: Crossfire- debate; Webwatch; and Book reviews on topics of particular interest.

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    Institutional subscriptions with online access include access to the subscription year and all online back files to 1 January 2000, where available. The online edition of the journal can be accessed at www.developmentbookshelf.com

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    Reduced rate subscriptions are available for institutions in selected developing countries. For further information contact publishinginfo@practicalaction.org.uk
  • Details
    Sub Title an international journal
    Author No
    Editor Jason Donovan (ICRAF)
    Number of Pages 264