Volume 5(2) Microfinance

“center”>American Journal of Entrepreneurship

 Volume 5(2)

 December 2012


 Table of Contents

Empirical Microfinance: What are we learning?

David T. Mitchell, University of Central Arkansas


Microfinance Impact on Poor Rural Women Household-Level Empowerment: Bargaining Models Approach

Samuel Urkato, Wolaita Sodo University


Micro Finance Institution Lending and Female Entrepreneurs

Tammy Rogers, University of Central Arkansas

Linda Lawton, Northern Michigan University

Micro-Finance from Bangladesh to the United States:  Beneficial or Detrimental to Nascent Entrepreneurs?

Matthew C. Sonfield, Hofstra University


Efficiency of Microfinance Institutions in India for Poverty Alleviation

Tariq Masood, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India

Mohd. Izhar Ahmad, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India


Microfinance Institutions: A Profitable Investment Alternative?

Noel Campbell, University of Central Arkansas 

Tammy Rogers, University of Central Arkansas


Rethinking Microentrepreneurs Financing by MFIs in Cameroon: Human or Economic capital?

Serge Messomo Ellé, University of Buea- Cameroon


Book Review: Building Social Business: The New Kind of Capitalism that Serves Humanity’s Most Pressing Needs, by Muhammad Yunus

Jeanette Johnston. San Jose State University


Special Thanks to Samantha Scheiman for copy editing.