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Socio-economic and indebtedness-related impact of micro-credit in Bangladesh /

Socio-economic and indebtedness-related impact of micro-credit in Bangladesh /
DK Number:DKBDS-595
ISBN: 9840517783
Title: Socio-economic and indebtedness-related impact of micro-credit in Bangladesh /
Author: edited by Qazi Kholiquzzaman Ahmad.
Imprint: Dhaka : ActionAid Bangladesh : Bangladesh Unnayan Parishad : University Press,
Physical Desc.: xxii, 64 p. ; 22 cm.
Year: 2007
Price: USD 11.70
Nature Of Scope: Contributed articles.
Subject Strings: Microfinance--Bangladesh.
  Rural women--Bangladesh--Economic conditions.
  Poverty--Bangladesh.
  
  
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  Ahmad, Qazi Kholiquzzaman, 1943-
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  University Press (Dhaka, Bangladesh)
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Title Contents
Chapter No.Chapter TitleChapter AuthorPage No.
Chapter 1Introduction1
Background of the Study1
Data Collection2
Concepts and Definitions3
Chapter 2Basic Information on Respondents and Micro-Credit as Received by them7
Background information on the Respondents7
Sources of Micro-Credit and Amounts Borrowed7
Amounts Borrowed by the Respondents and other Members of their Households8
Utilisation of Micro-Credit9
Source of Inspiration for Taking Micro-Credit10
Number of Family Members Taking Micro-Credit11
Any Training Imparted before a Loan is Granted11
Use of Non-Institutional Sources in Addition to MCIs11
How is (are) the Product(s)/Service(s) Produced/ Purchased Using Micro-Credit Sold13
Chapter 3Impact of Micro-Credit: Selected Socio-Economic Variables17
Homestead Owned17
Cultivable Land Ownership18
Large Livestock Ownership18
Food Intake18
Access to Health Services20
Sanitation21
Impact on Education22
Family Income24
Overall Conditions of Living24
Future Socio-Economic Perspectives Primarily Depending on Micro-Credit25
Chapter 4Rate of Interest, Cost of Borrowing, Loan Repayment and Velocity of Credit Creation31
Rate of Interest and Cost of Borrowing31
The Amount of Loan Granted vis-a-vis the Amount Received by the Borrowers32
When to Pay th First Installment32
How the First Installment was Paid33
Timely Payment of and Difficulties Faced in Paying Installments34
Velocity of Credit Creation by MCIs35
Chapter5Micro-Credit and Women Empowerment41
Management of Micro-Credit Received by Women41
Paticipation of Female Borrowers in Family Decision Making41
Physical/Mental Torture Inflicted on the Female Borrowers42
Dowry43
Executive Summary and Conclusion45
Executive Summary45
Conclusion48
Bibliography51
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