Microfinance and Sustainable Development in Africa

Alhassan, Yahaya and Nwagbara, Uzoechi (2021) Microfinance and Sustainable Development in Africa. IGI Global Publishing. ISBN 9781799874997

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Abstract

The use of microfinance for poverty reduction and economic development in the developing world is growing. However, this concept needs to be expanded to ensure its successful application for achieving longer-term economic growth and sustainability in developing countries, particularly in parts of the world such as Africa. As such, further research into the relationship between microfinance and sustainable development in developing regions is required to fully understand the opportunities for effective use of microfinance for poverty reduction and economic development.

Microfinance and Sustainable Development in Africa examines the complex relationship between receipt of microfinance, poverty reduction, economic growth, and microbusiness development, focusing on the provision of small credit facilities as a driver of sustainable development in Africa. Its coverage of topics such as microbusiness, social finance, and sustainable development make this book an ideal reference source for academicians, researchers, government officials, policymakers, organizations, managers, instructors, and students.

Item Type: Book
Subjects: Business and Management > Accounting and Finance
Business and Management > Business
Business and Management > Business and Management
Business and Management > Management (general)
Business and Management > Marketing
Divisions: University of Sunderland in London
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Depositing User: Yahaya Alhassan
Date Deposited: 26 Nov 2021 13:37
Last Modified: 26 Nov 2021 13:37
URI: http://sure.sunderland.ac.uk/id/eprint/14191

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