Bibliography on Women and CreditThis list is incomplete and is in progress ...
- Berger, Marguerite (1989), "Giving Women Credit: The Strengths and Limitations of Credit as a Tool for Alleviating Poverty" World Development, Volume 17, Number 7, pp. 1017-1032.
- Bhatt, E. (1989). Grind for Work. Ahmedabad: Slf-Employed Women's Association.
- Blayney, Robert (1979), "El Salvador Second Urban Project: Impact of Small Scale Enterprise (SSE) Credit Programm on Women Enterpreneurs." Report prepared for the World Bank, Office of the Advisor on Women in Development. Washington DC: The World Bank Mimeo
- Blayney, Robert and Lycette, Margaret (1983), "Improving the Access of Women-headed Households to Solanda Housing: A feasible Down PAyment Assistance Scheme." Report prepared for USAID/Ecuador. Washington DC: International Center for Research on Women.
- Chen, Marta (1996), Beyond Credit: A Subsector Approach to Promoting Women's Enterprises. Aga Khan Foundation Canada.
- DeLancey, Virginia (1981). "The Role of Credit Unions in Development for West African Women." Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the African Studies Association, Bloomington, Indiana, October 1981.
- Due Jean M. and Summary, Rebecca (1979), "Constraints to Women and Development in Africa". Illinois Agricultural Economics Staff PAper no. 79 E-83. Urbana-Campaign: University of Illinois, Department of Agricultural Economics.
- FAO (1984), Promotion of Women's Activities in Marketing and Credit. Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization.
- FAO (1985), Learning from Women: A Manual for Village Level Training to Promote Women's Activities in Marketing. Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization.
- Harper, Malcolm (1992), Their Own Idea: Lessons from Workers' Co-operatives. IT Publications.
- Hashemi, Syed M, Ruth Schuler Sidney and Ann P Riley, "Rural Credit Programs and Women's Empowerment in Bangladesh", World Development, Vol. 24, #4, April 1996.
- Hilhorst, Thea and Harry Oppenoorth (1992), Financing Women's Enterprises. IT Publications and Royal Tropical Institute.
- ILO (1980). Report of the National Workshop on Income Generation skills for Women in Sri Lanka. Geneva: International Labour Organization.
- Jumani, U. (1989). Training for Women in the Informal Sector: The Experience of the Self-Employed Women's Association (SEWA), Ahmedabad, India in F. Fluitman (ed), Training for Work in the Informal Sector. Geneva: International Labour Organization.
- Mintz, Sidney W. (1964), "The Employment of Capital by Market Women in Haiti", in Raymond Firth and B.S. Yamey (eds), Capital, Savings and Credit in Peseant Societies, Chicago: Aldine.
- NCW-ILO (1988).Women's Self-Employment in Fiji: Findings of the 1987 Survey. Suva: National Council of Women/International Labour Organization.
- Pruyne, Ellen (Ed.) (1993), An End to Debt: International Guidelines for Credit Projects. New York: UNIFEM (also in Spanish and French).
- Schuler, Sidney, Syed Hashemi, Ann Riley and Shireen Akhter, "Credit Programs, Patriarchy and Men's Violence Against Women in Rural Bangladesh", Social Science and Medicine, Vol 43 No 12, 1996.
- Schuler, Sidney, Syed Hashemi and Ann Riley, "The Influence of Women's Changing Roles and Status in Bangladesh's Fertility Transition: Evidence from a Study of Credit Programs and Contraceptive Use", World Development, Vol 25 No 4, April 1997.
- SEEP-UNIFEM (1996), Village Banking: The State of the Practice. New York: UNIFEM.
- Sidney Ruth Schuler, Syed M Hashemi, and Shamsul Huda Badal. "Men's Violence Against Women in Rural Bangladesh: Undermined or Exacerbated by Microcredit Programmes?" Development in Practice Volume 8 Number 2 (May 1998).
- UNIFEM (1992), A Question of Access: Training Workshops on Planning Credit Projects that take Women into Account. New York: UNIFEM
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