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Bornstein, David

Price of a Dream The Story of the Grameen Bank - Bornstein, David pdf epub

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AUTHOR Bornstein, David
FILE SIZE 12,39
DATE 2005
ISBN 9780195187496
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'The Price of a Dream' recounts the compelling story of the Gramen Bank, one of the most successful development organizations in the world.Bornstein, David is the author of 'Price of a Dream The Story of the Grameen Bank', published 2005 under ISBN 9780195187496 and ISBN 0195187490.

..."Rural") model, devised by Yunus in 1976, is based on groups of five prospective borrowers who meet regularly with Grameen Bank field managers ... PDF Grameen Bank: Taking Capitalism to the Poor ... . Little World Banks (Muhammad Yunus and the Grameen Bank of Bangladesh) by Jessica Mathews ... Yunus' dream is a Grameen Trust of $100 million to capitalize replicas in dozens of other countries: a little World Bank for people. Within the past few weeks, the U.S. Agency for International Development and the World Bank have each pledged $2 million: a small but hopeful beginning. Many of those ... Fin ... The Price of a Dream: The Story of the Grameen Bank by ... ... .S. Agency for International Development and the World Bank have each pledged $2 million: a small but hopeful beginning. Many of those ... Finally, also read Banker to the Poor. And, havent been able to get over it. What a life, what an institution and what a book! Muhammad Yunus left his life in America in the 1970s and moved to Bangladesh and set a model of how poverty can be lifted through free market banking initiative called Grameen Bank. Not a single chapter or a page in the book is without meaning. The thing that struck me ... Pundits left, right, and center appear to love the Nobel Prize winning bank and its founder, writes Jeffrey Tucker. The literature on Grameen is an echo chamber of hurrahs. Not even the Nobel Committee bother looking more deeply. Actually a closer look at this institution shows not a success but precisely the sort of flop you might expect from a government-subsidized program The origin of Grameen Bank can be traced back to 1976 when Professor Muhammad Yunus, Head of the Rural Economics Program at the University of Chittagong, launched an action research project to examine the possibility of designing a credit delivery system to provide banking services targeted at the rural poor. The Grameen Bank Project (Grameen means "rural" or "village" in Bangla ......