Emerging Topics in Microfinance
Posted by on June 4, 2004
Social Enterprise Associates is pleased to share its newest Working Paper Series on Emerging Topics in Microfinance. The five works can be downloaded for free at: http://www.socialenterprise.net, click on Resources. #1 & #5 are prizewinning finalists at the 2004 BYU Conference on MicroEnterprise Call for Papers.
1. Microfinance & the Double Bottom Line – By Drew Tulchin
2. Linking Microfinance to Capital Markets – By Drew Tulchin
3. Currency Hedging for Microfinance – By Romi Bhatia, Columbia University
4. Remesas a Am?rica Latina: impacto y oportunidades (Remittances to Latin America: Impact and Opportunity) – By Matias Bianchi, an Argentinean scholar.
5. Microfinance & Health – By Chandni Ohri, University of Washington Jackson School and Grameen Foundation USA.
Submissions for future working papers are currently being accepted on emerging topics in microfinance, particularly on the subjects of regulation, formal linkages with the private sector, and the ownership realities of donor equity investing. Working papers should be SHORT (undefined), unpublished, and of professional quality. Provide an email of inquiry max one page, with abstract, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Social Enterprise Associates is a collective of consultants united to help entrepreneurs sustainably grow and fund their organizations for the betterment of their communities. The Working Paper Series is a practitioner focus effort to provide attention to emerging topics and exchange information. More details are available online, http://www.socialenterprise.net and by emailing email@example.com
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