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Poverty and Vulnerability in Rural Bangladesh

Author(s): S.R. Osmani with Meherun Ahmed, Muhammad A. Latif and Binayak Sen
[Published in association with the University Press Limited (UPL)]
Published in: 2011


বাংলাদেশের ক্ষুদ্র অর্থায়ন কার্যক্রমঃ অতীত, বর্তমান ও ভবিষ্যৎ

(Microfinance in Bangladesh: Past, Present and Future)
Author(s): Dr. Rashid Faruqee and S. Badruddoza
Published in: September 2012 

Readings in Microfinance: Reach and Impact
Editor(s): Professor S. R. Osmani and Professor M. A. Baqui Khalily
[Published in association with the University Press Limited (UPL)]
Published in: 2011

InM, in association with the University Press Limited (UPL), published an edited book titled Readings in Microfinance: Reach and Impact. This book is a compendium of articles published earlier in different reputed journals and other published materials with special focus on the reach and impact of microfinance and development. It tells us the story of the journey of microfinance from a remote village of Bangladesh to the wider world. This book provides the readers some perspectives on the saga of microfinance industry by presenting its key features such as successes and limitations of different models and practices, innovations, and challenges ahead.

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