Humanities
Discussion Question 8

Introduction to Political Science

Question Description

Please answer the 2 questions below, 3-4 sentences in each paragraph with citations. Thank you

Review the articles, "Women and Financialization: Microcredit, Institutional Investors, and MFIs," by Girón (2015), and "Microcredit: From Hope to Scepticism to Modest Hope," by Berlage and Jasrotia (2015), which are required reading for this week. Respond to the following:

  • Define microloans and determine how microloans can be utilized effectively to promote growth and development in a country?
  • Specifically, what strategy would you propose to raise the effectiveness of microloans?

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Microloans are the financial aid given to people who have no collateral to help them
carry out certain tasks or business and then return the amount with low interest rates after a
certain period of time. Banks do not generally give out this type of aid because administrative
costs are too high. However, since microfinance works mainly in small scale, it is able to affect
the individual lives of poor people and is not like the ...

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