Where Credit is Due
Income-generating programmes in developing countries
Development economics reveal that thousands of poor `microentrepreneurs' are able to work, invest, and overcome poverty when given the chance; the author looks to the use of credit-based income generation schemes as a new poverty-alleviation strategy.
Joe Remenyi is currently Visiting Professor, China Agriculture University, and Director of Research, International Poverty Reduction Centre in China. Joe was the founding Director of International and Community Development at Deakin, where he spent 28 years
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