Effects of Microfinance on Micro and Small Enterprises (Mses) Growth in Nigeria
This paper investigates the effects of microfinance on micro and small business growth in Nigeria. The objectives are: one, to examine the effects of different loan administration practices (in terms of loan size and tenor) on small business growth criteria. Second, to examine the ability of Microfinance-Banks (MFBs) (given its loan-size and rates of interest charged) towards transforming...
Babajide Abiola » Abiola obtained the Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from Lagos State University, Ojo, 1994, a Masters degree in Banking and Finance from Bayero University, Kano, 1997 and a Ph.D degree in Banking & Finance from Covenant University, Ota in 2011. She is an associate member of the Institute of Chartered Accountant of Nigeria (ICAN), a member of American Finance Association and an executive... view full profile
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