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Impact of microcredit on rural households: an evaluation using panel data
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Commerce, 2013-09)
This paper investigates the impact of microcredit on rural households. The impact of a microcredit program on target households is subject to two main sources of bias, observed and unobserved bias. To evaluate the microcredit ...
Credit accessibility and small and medium sized enterprises growth in Vietnam
(Lincoln University, 2014-07)
Small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) have been highly conducive to economic development in Vietnam. SMEs are a mean of income generation, job creation, poverty reduction, and government revenue contribution, etc. ...
Credit constraints and impact on farm household welfare: Evidence from Vietnam's North Central Coast region
(Lincoln University, 2014-03)
This study aims at identifying factors affecting formal credit constraint status of rural farm households in Vietnam’s North Central Coast region (NCC). Using the Direct Elicitation method (DEM), we consider both internal ...
The rise and fall of the shrimp supply chain in Vietnam's Tam Giang Lagoon: is privatisation to blame?
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Commerce. Department of Agricultural Management and Property Studies., 2013-07)
The area of shrimps farmed in Tam Giang Lagoon expanded at an average rate of 400% each year from 1995 to 2004. After peaking at 4,000ha in 2004, the area fell steadily to 2,700ha in 2008. An exploratory investigation of ...