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Institutionalising Microfinance in Bangladesh: Players, Games (Hardcover)

by Lila Rashid

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The rural financial market of Bangladesh is now largely dominated by microfinance institutions and has changed dramatically in the last three decades. In 1983, the Bangladesh government provided regulatory support to Grameen Bank, the first microfinance bank in the country. With the formation of the Microcredit Regulatory Authority or MRA, it responded to another regulatory need for NGO microfinance activities (NGO-MFIs) in 2006, twenty-three years after its first response to Grameen. These two sets of regulations, their followup amendments, and other supplementary rules have had an immense impact in institutionalising microfinance in Bangladesh.This book attempts to understand the regulatory role of the government, its background and purpose, evolving characteristics, implementation procedures, and the role of state agencies like Bangladesh Bank, the central bank of Bangladesh and the new regulatory authority for NGO-MFIs, the MRA. In doing so, this book takes an institutional approach, and uses a basic IAD (Institutional Analysis and Development) framework to analyse historical data. The data gathered is in the form of documents, interviews, focus group discussions, and surveys. The work shows that the regulatory response of the state is primarily driven by the government's political views, and regulating agencies have had little independent role in the evolution of microfinance institutions in Bangladesh. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface by Professor Rehman Sobhan Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Rural Financial Market: Conceptual Evolution and Redefining Role of the State Chapter 3 In Search of a New Viable Model of Microcredit: NGOification of Rural Credit Chapter 4 The Game over Grameen Bank: A Principal-Agent Problem Chapter 5 Microfinance Operations of NGOs in Bangladesh: Law and Economic Discourses Chapter 6 NGO-MFIs under the New Law: Towards a Bilateral Game Model Chapter 7 Expectations and Achievements: Institutionalisation and Sustainability Chapter 8 Protection of Clients Chapter 9 Summary of Findings and Concluding Remarks
Title Institutionalising Microfinance in Bangladesh: Players, Games
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ISBN 978 984 506 275 6
Edition 1st Published, 2020
Number of Pages 386
Country Bangladesh
Language English

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