Microfinance on Poverty Alleviation: Empirical Evidence from Indian Perspective

This paper is a modest attempt to collect data from northern, southern and central India to analyze the impact of micro finance on poverty through empirical evidence from across the country. The respondents were divided into two groups, Participants and Non-Participants. Participants were members of Self Help groups (SHGs) which have benefited from credit and Read More …

Greening Financial Markets: Country Experiences, Challenges and Opportunities

Author SANA MOID Abstract The 2008 global financial crisis not only resulted in a turning point for regulation and practices of capital market participants, but also changed the behaviour of financial players. Investors and financial institutions are currently more concerned about allocation of funds. This paper discusses green project bonds as an alternative way of Read More …