New PDF release: An Idea Which Went Wrong: Commercial Microfinance in India

By Ramesh Arunachalam

ISBN-10: 1494792486

ISBN-13: 9781494792480

The Indian microfinance was the darling of world traders and bankers. supplying small loans to higher the lives of the negative used to be either a noble and ecocnomic target. In hindsight, it could were too ecocnomic. Overzealous commercialization and an obsession with earnings remodeled an inclusive economy, with strength to prevail, into all-out profiteering, with tragic effects.

Just how tragic grew to become transparent in 2010, whilst the govt. of Andhra Pradesh, the "microfinance capital of India," stated that fifty-four humans devoted suicide in keeping with strong-arm MFI personal loan restoration strategies, in particular within the context of rampant over indebtedness. The assertion ruined the foreign popularity of MFIs, major one stakeholder to famously announce "microfinance in India has develop into a macro-mess."

In An concept Which Went Wrong, microfinance specialist Ramesh S. Arunachalam chronicles the regression of Indian microfinance from philanthropic and pragmatic idealism to profiteering at any expense, revealing the occasions top as much as the 2010 Andhra Pradesh situation.

Equally vital, he discusses the way forward for Indian and international microfinance. Many think laws and mistrust have successfully killed the microfinance undefined, specially in India. Arunachalam argues this isn't the case, laying out a framework of useful remedial measures essential to restoration microfinance to its unique objective: serving the wishes of the terrible, deprived, and excluded people-albeit, in a sustainable manner.

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