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Credit flowing from the poor to the rich: the financial market and the role of the Grameen Bank in rural Bangladesh






Developing Economies 38(3): 343-373

Credit flowing from the poor to the rich: the financial market and the role of the Grameen Bank in rural Bangladesh

Data are presented from a field survey in two villages in Bangladesh (1992-94) which supports the existence of reversed credit flow from the poor to the rich in the rural informal financial market.

Accession: 003395211

DOI: 10.1111/j.1746-1049.2000.tb00882.x

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