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Differential credit source-utilization pattern among agricultural opinion leaders and non-leaders: farm level evidence from Bangladesh



Differential credit source-utilization pattern among agricultural opinion leaders and non-leaders: farm level evidence from Bangladesh



Savings and Development 16(1): 23-41



The Green Revolution in Bangladesh has led to a considerable increase in credit among farmers. Based on farm level data, this study investigates certain relatively less known but crucial facts about the rural credit market in Bangladesh. The status of formal and informal financial sources is evaluated.

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