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Social Collateral af Caroline E. Schuster

Social Collateral

- Women and Microfinance in Paraguay's Smuggling Economy

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Beskrivelse: Microcredit is part of a global trend of financial inclusion that brings banking services, especially small loans, to the world's poor. In this book, Caroline Schust... Læs mere

Microcredit is part of a global trend of financial inclusion that brings banking services, especially small loans, to the world's poor. In this book, ... Læs mere

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Engelsk
ISBN-13:
9780520962200
Sideantal:
288
Udgivet:
06-10-2015
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Microcredit is part of a global trend of financial inclusion that brings banking services, especially small loans, to the world's poor. In this book, Caroline Schuster explores Paraguayan solidarity lending as a window into the tensions between social development and global finance.Social Collateraltracks collective debt across the commercial society and smuggling economies at the Paraguayan border by examining group loans made to women by nonprofit development programs. These highly regulated loans are secured through mutual support and peer pressuresocial collateralrather than through physical collateral. This story of social collateral necessarily includes an interwoven account about the feminization of solidarity lending. At its core is an economy of genderfrom pink-collar financial work, to men's committees, to women smugglers. At stake are interdependencies that bind borrowers and lenders, financial technologies, and Paraguayan development in ways that structure both global inequality and global opportunity.

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