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Microfinance India
State of the Sector Report 2011

First Edition
  • N. Srinivasan - Independent researcher, journalist and consultant, New Delhi


December 2011 | 192 pages | SAGE India
Microfinance India: State of the Sector Report 2011 presents the growth of the microfinance sector in India in its entirety. It offers in-depth, well-researched and thoroughly analyzed evidence on how the sector has made an impact at various levels of the economy and society. The report provides most recent statistical data relating to the sector's growth and expansion across models. It highlights perspectives on current issues and documents new interests, new investments and innovations in the sector. The report collects information from authoritative sources, studies and reports on the sector and field studies on specific developments of interests. It also brings perspectives from key policy makers through exclusive interviews.

Highlighting on more topical themes, this year's report begins with an overview of the microfinance sector, which faced significant problems during 2010–11. It then evaluates the performances of the SHG and MFI models and discusses thematic issues such as social performance management and financial inclusion in detail. The Andhra Pradesh events have been covered in depth in an exclusive chapter. The newly launched National Rural Livelihoods Mission has been critically examined for the first time in this year's report.

As the best reference book on the annual trends and progress of the Indian microfinance sector, this report is a must for every microfinance practitioner.
 
Foreword Vipin Sharma
 
Preface
Overview: Despair to Hope

 
Self-Help Group Bank Linkage Programme: Early Signs of a New Thrust

 
Micro-Finance Institutions: Slow Recovery from a Disaster

 
Andhra Pradesh: Dream Turns Nightmare

 
Investment Climate: Fairweather Partners

 
Social Performance Management: Beyond Responsible Finance and Customer Protection

 
Policy Environment and the Regulation: Hard Times Ahead

 
National Rural Livelihoods Mission: Will It Go beyond Finance?

 
Financial Inclusion: March of the Banks

 
Global Trends in Micro-Finance

 
Future: Beginning Again?

 
 
Appendix
 
Bibliography

N. Srinivasan

N Srinivasan has been involved with the Development Finance and Rural Development sectors for three decades. He has been associated with several policy and strategy initiatives during his tenure with the RBI and NABARD, of which he was Chief General Manager for seven years. He has also authored the Microfinance India: State of the Sector Report 2008 and 2009 brought out by ACCESS Development Services and published by SAGE Publications. He is presently a leading consultant engaged with the World Bank, CGAP, IFAD, ADB, UNDP, UNOPS, GTZ, Microsave and the Government of India. As an advisor, he is on the boards of institutions in the... More About Author

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ISBN: 9788132107057
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