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Includes bibliographical references (pages 249-265) and index.
Table of contents List of figures List of tables Preface 1 Introduction 2 Microcredit in Bangladesh: how the credit markets work 3 Microcredit in Bangladesh: how the microcredit model works 4 Theories of microcredit: group lending and moral hazard 5 Theories of microcredit: adverse selection and repayment enforcement 6 When theory meets reality: testing the theories of microcredit 7 Economic impact of microcredit: the experience of Bangladesh 8 The patterns of loan use 9 The economics of microenterprise 10 Micro-entrepreneurship and economic development References Index