James Copestake, Anton Simanowitz, Katherine Knotts
2. Sustainable poverty outreach
3. Direct material impacts
4. Direct social impacts for the Millennium Development Goals
5. Wider impacts: social exclusion and citizenship
6. Impact in local financial markets
7. Organizational determinants of social performance
8. Institutionalizing social performance assessment
James Copestake, Anton Simanowitz
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James Copestake lectures in economics and international development at the University of Bath, UK. He has previously published research on the impact of microfinance in India, Southern Africa and Latin America.
Martin Greeley is a fellow at the Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, UK. His research and publication are concentrated particularly on poverty assessment, rural development and development finance in South Asia and East Africa.
Susan Johnson lectures in international development at the University of Bath, and was previously with ActionAid. She is co-author of a widely cited book on microfinance and poverty, and sits on the editorial committee of the Small Enterprise Development Journal. Her most recent research and publications are on gender, the evolution of financial markets and microfinance in East Africa.
Naila Kabeer is a professorial fellow at the Institute of Development Studies, and has published widely on poverty, economics, gender, social capital and social policy.
Anton Simanowitz has been influential since the late 1990s as a practitioner and thought leader in the field of microfinance and social enterprise. He works globally with practitioners, investors, technical assistance providers and policy makers to improve the effectiveness of microfinance and social enterprises in delivering positive social outcomes.