IFLIP/ELIFID Research Papers

Resource list | 22 March 2010

IFLIP (The Impact of Financial Sector Liberalization on the Poor) Research Papers

IFLIP 03-12 Information is power : the problem with credit accessibility in rural banks in Ghana - E. Kodjo Ekumah and Thomas T. Essel

IFLIP 03-11 Understanding Savings Mobilization by Mutual Savings and Loan Institutions in WAEMU Countries – Coumba Diop, Claire Dorsner and Dominique M. Gross

IFLIP 03-10 The impact of interest rates on demand for credit and loan repayment by the poor and SMEs in Ghana - Edwin Amonoo, P. Kojo Acquah and E. Ekow Asmah

IFLIP 03-9 The determinants of transaction cost and access to credit by SMEs and the poor in Zimbabwe - Louis Masuko and Desmond Marufu

IFLIP 03-8 Linking SMEs to Sources of Credit: The Performance of Micro Finance Institutions in Zimbabwe – Thenjiwe Ngwenya and Ntando Ndlovu

IFLIP 03-7 Did Financial Sector Reform Result in Increased Savings and Lending for the SMEs and the Poor – Gibson Chigumira and Nicholas Masiyandima

IFLIP 02-6 Financial intermediation for the poor: credit demand by micro small and medium scale enterprises in Ghana : a further assignment for financial sector policy? - Augustine F. Gockel and Sesi K. Akoena

IFLIP 01-5 Impact of micro-finance enterprises on the efficiency of micro-enterprises in Cape Coast - Vijay K. Bhasin and Wisdom Akpalu

IFLIP 01-4 Gender access to credit under Ghana’s financial sector reform: a case study of two rural banks in the Central Region of Ghana - Emmanuel K. Ekumah and Thomas T. Essel

IFLIP 01-3 Retooling credit unions: the case of Credit Union Association of Ghana - Kwadwo A. Ofei

IFLIP 01-2 Impact of financial sector liberalisation on competition and efficiency in the Ghanaian banking industry - Kweku Baa Korsah, Ernest K. Nyarko and Noel Ayitey Tagoe

IFLIP 02-1 Starting research and writing a research paper - John Creedy

IFLIP 00-1 Research Management Guidelines - Dominique M. Gross