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Making microenterprise development a part of the economic development toolkit

Lisa J. Servon

Making microenterprise development a part of the economic development toolkit

by Lisa J. Servon

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Economic Development Administration in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Small business -- United States.,
  • Economic development projects -- United States.,
  • Industrial project management -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLisa J. Servon and Jeffrey P. Doshna.
    ContributionsDoshna, Jeffrey P., United States. Economic Development Administration.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination30 p. :
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17701769M

    Module 1: Concept building and role identification. INTRODUCTION. Module 1 addresses important basic concepts about micro-enterprises, micro-enterprise development, the place of micro-enterprise development within the broader development framework of the Women, Population end Development Project, end the role of project officers in micro-enterprise development. is considered a microenterprise loan and a loan from Tk1 million to Tk5 million is an SME loan. 7 BFP-B. Diagnostics of Micro-enterprise Lending by MFIs in Bangladesh: Opportunities and Challenges. Dhaka. BFP-B is a program funded by the Department for International Development .

    Business development and economic development are related methods of creating economic activity. However, they are different concepts. Each has unique goals and strategies. Understanding the differences will help sharpen the focus of your activities. Below is a comparison of the two concepts and their basic tenets. involved in the development of a microenterprise has implications for the design of female targeted development programs. The ability to quantify the benefits of microenterprise will assist policy makers in allocating scarce resources for microenterprise development, and justifying microenterprise development to funders.

      This Guide briefly addresses some of the issues microenterprise programs should consider when buying a new training curriculum, and offers detailed information about 13 curricula available commercially. Now Reading: Training for Microenterprise Development: A Guide to Curricula 5 Best Ideas of the Day Economic Opportunities Program. economic growth, legal provisions, the informal economy, human resources, the issue of financing, taxes. Introduction Theme `The role of small and medium enterprises in economic development - Kosovo` attracted me because of the role and the truth of SME sector in our state economy. They are the main source of employment and poverty alleviation.


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Get this from a library. Making microenterprise development a part of the economic development toolkit. [Lisa J Servon; Jeffrey P Doshna; United States. Economic Development Administration.]. Making microenterprise development a part of the economic development toolkit / Lisa J. Servon and Jeffrey P.

Doshna by Servon, Lisa J; Doshna, Jeffrey P; United States. Economic Development AdministrationPages:   [11] Bhatt, Nitin and Shui-Yan Tang, "Making Microcredit Work in the United States: Social, Financial, and Administrative Dimensions," Economic Development Quarterly, vol.

15, no. 3, Augustp [12] Servon, Lisa J. and Jeffrey P. Doshna, "Making Microenterprise Development a Part of the Economic Development Toolkit.".

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In the. economic thought. As a consequence, development problems came to be seen largely as resulting from an excess of government interference in the economy. Economic Development: Overview By the problem of economic development I mean simply the problem of accounting for the observed pattern, across countries and across time, in levels and rates of growth of per capita income.

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The author was keen to understand whether these enterprises are profit making and sustainable. It was also important to understand the motives behind a microenterprise industrialization and economic development with special reference to the poor, marginalized and excluded population of the society.

“development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.” Sustainability is a paradigm for thinking about a future in which environmental, social and economic considerations are balanced in the pursuit of development.

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) supports microenterprise development to advance its strategic objective of expanding economic opportunity and access for the poor— specifically, the many poor people who operate or work in microenterprises.

Open a book — any book —on the economics of developing countries, and it will begin with the usual litany of woes. Developing countries, notwithstanding the enormous strides they have made in the last few decades, display fundamental economic inadequacies in a wide range of indicators.

Levels of physical capital per person are small. The Development Economics Vice Presidency (DEC) increases understanding of development policies and programs by providing intellectual leadership and analytical services to the Bank and the development community.

DEC is the premier research and data arm of the World Bank. DEC's main business lines are Development Data, Development Research, Global Indicators, and Knowledge. As the major economic engine in many areas, especially in rural areas, the success of the micro business is important to a local community's development and progress.

The research also evaluated the support needs of the micro business owner during start-up and on-going operation. The Role of Micro-enterprise in Rural Development The main role of Micro Enterprise development is "Improving the Socio-economic Status of households through Income generating and Social Development Activities".

By encouraging farmers to engage in micro-enterprise, we encourage initiative, risk taking, decision making and income earning. Microenterprise development The mobile outreach approach Natural resource management Much of the material for this series of booklets came out of a workshop held in Nanyuki, Kenya, It was attended by the following people, who had been part of the Pastoralist Development.

Evaluating the outcomes of micro-enterprise training for low income women: A case study. Journal of Developmental L. and Doshna, J. Microenterprise and economic development toolkit: A small part of the big picture.

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For measuring national economic development, for making an assessment of economic performance of a country and for measuring standard of living of the people per capita GDP, commonly referred to as per capita income is used as an important indicator in monitoring economic growth trends. Economic planners and forecasters have used the GDP per.

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economic development initiatives, which are typically targeted to high-tech firms, SEED is targeted to the “bottom of the pyramid.” (Prahalad ). This unique program can be adopted by other universities seeking to promote regional economic and social development.

Keywords: regional economic development, social entrepreneurship, microloans.Environmental, and Economic Impacts of Development Decisions Created by Portland State University, this tool provides practitioners with information on the broad economic, social, and environmental impacts development decisions have in order to support more informed decision making.

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