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Formato: 2020
Introduction
Revista:
19 - 2008
Autores:
Maricruz LACALLE CALDERÓN
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Sección:
Introduction
Random Impact EvaluatIons and microcredits
Revista:
19 - 2008
Autores:
José María Larrú
Resumen:
What are the exact outcomes and impacts of microcredits? How would
be the lives of the borrowers without the credit? Impact evaluations deal with
these questions. The article show how random assignment evaluations can be
conducted. A random design is justified when lender can not observe risks.
Recent randomized evaluations show empirical evidence without selection
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The stages in the Construction of the market economy in Bulgaria: an Institutional approach
Revista:
19 - 2008
Autores:
Raúl de Arriba Bueno
Resumen:

This article introduces a mechanism to evaluate the effectiveness of the economic policy of reforms in the period of transition from an institutional perspective, beyond the analysis of the formal changes. This analytic framework allows to identify the stages of the Bulgarian transition according with the degree of construction of markets, from the analysis of the extension of the market relationships in the field of the production means.

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Temas:
economic transition, Institutional Change, Production Means, Bulgaria
Introduccion: Microcredits in Europe
Revista:
19 - 2008
Autores:
Maria Nowak
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Microcredit cost versus unemployment cost
Revista:
19 - 2008
Autores:
Begoña GUTIÉRREZ NIETO
Resumen:

This paper examines microcredit role in the struggle against unemployment, especially for people excluded from financial markets. It revises self-employ-ment and microfinance evaluation tools and it proposes three instruments to evaluate microcredit experiences. The obtained results are not different from other European evaluations. It concludes by saying that it appears that micro-credit is cheaper than unemployment benefits.

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Temas:
Microcredit, microfinance, Self-employment, Unemployment
Relevant factors on measuring poverty and human development: UNDP Index
Revista:
19 - 2008
Autores:
Juan Carlos PÉREZ MESA
Resumen:

This paper analyzes the relation between the indexes of poverty and human development made by PNUD and the variables used in its calculation. A redundancy of the indexes is visible when a sample of 93 countries with human development high, medium and low is used.

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Temas:
Factorial Analysis, Education, Health, Gross Domestic Product

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