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Credit and rural income: biases in credit supply by semi-formal financial institutions in Nueva Guinea, Nicaragua






Rural development in Central America: markets, livelihoods and local governance: 171-186

Credit and rural income: biases in credit supply by semi-formal financial institutions in Nueva Guinea, Nicaragua

The paper provides some insights into the quantitative importance of the various factors affecting income and use of credit among farm households in the context of Nueva Guinea. To this end, a conceptual framework of household use of credit is presented, and estimations are made about the relative importance of the various variables that may influence use of credit.

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