• Some Basic Issues on Rural and Micro Finance Regulation In Ghana. Repercussions of Rural and Micro Finance Regulation on Poverty Reduction and Rural D

Lambert Academic Publishing
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(Holds a BA in Sociology with Philosophy from the University of Ghana, an MSc in Comparative Law, Economics and Finance from the International University College of Turin (IUC)and currently completing an MSc in International Employment Relations and Human Resource Management at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).)


"Some Basic Issues on Rural and Micro Finance Regulation in Ghana" (originally part of my master thesis) is a careful description of how micro finance can be used to fight poverty and create financial sustainability through the use of effective and efficient rural and micro finance regulatory regimes. This it does by carefully examining the available literature on rural and micro finance regulation in Ghana so as to determine what role regulation has or can play on the sustainability and improvement of rural and micro finance institutions for the alleviation of poverty in Ghana.The realization is that regulation has a cardinal role to play on the sustainability of rural and micro finance institutions, hence rural poverty reduction and development. This work is aimed at providing useful information for those who may be interested in the micro finance industry in the Ghana and Micro Finance Industry in general. These include among others; investors, micro finance practioners as well as students generally interested in micro finance regulation particularly in Ghana.

MATERIAS: Finance, Regulation and Development

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