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Endogenous Fragility in Microfinance: Evidence from India

Abstract : The following sections are included: •Introduction •Microfinance and Economic Development •Indian Microfinance and the Impact of Commercialization •Minsky's “Financial Instability” Hypothesis •Data and Econometric Methodology •Results and Policy Implications •Conclusions •References
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Céline Gimet, Thomas Lagoarde-Segot. Endogenous Fragility in Microfinance: Evidence from India. Phan, Philip. Conversations and Empirical Evidence in Microfinance, Imperial College Press, pp.63--88, 2014, 978-1-78326-298-4. ⟨hal-01463930⟩



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