Ownership & organization of enterprises
Making Common Ground
This book provides a comprehensive review of experience in designing and implementing a wide range of partnerships for efficient and equitable use of urban land. Using examples from countries throughout the world and at all levels of economic development,
Microenterprises in Developing Countries
Microenterprises – very small businesses consisting of a single self-employed person, a family, or at the most a few employees – are the main source of livelihood of up to half of the population of most developing countries. In the past this vital sector, often referred to also as the informal secto...
What is - and what should be - the role of rural credit in developing countries? The author steers the reader though this discussion and towards sound practical conclusions, using examples from India, Brazil, Cameroon, Malawi and the Philippines.
Financing Small Enterprise
Proceedings of a Seminar Organized by The Netherlands Development Finance Company (FMO)
Entrepreneurship for the Poor
The objective of this book is to provide information about entrepreneurship development programmes whose objective is to help people from the poorer groups in developing countries to create jobs for themselves by starting small enterprises. This information is intended for people who are responsible...