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Microcredit: The Nobel Peace Prize for 2006 (Premio Nobel al Microcredito)


Tommaso Reggiani


Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca - Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Economics, Psychology & Social Sciences (CISEPS); University of Bologna - Dept. of Economics


Aggiornamenti Sociali, Vol. 12, pp. 823-833, December 2006

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This article proposes to analyze Grameen Bank operational system and its own evolution, illustrating the reasons for which to Professor Yunus's mission has been conferred an important award as Nobel Peace Prize 2006, evidencing the values that support this economics theory and the innovations that microcredit brings to the understanding of the economics phenomena.

[For their efforts to create economic and social development from below, M. Yunus and Grameen Bank - Nobel Peace Prize 2006]

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Number of Pages in PDF File: 11

Keywords: Nobel Prize, Yunus, Grameen Bank, Microcredit, Poverty, Ethics in Economics

JEL Classification: D64, I31, L30, O10, R51

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Date posted: December 5, 2006  

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Reggiani, Tommaso, Microcredit: The Nobel Peace Prize for 2006 (Premio Nobel al Microcredito). Aggiornamenti Sociali, Vol. 12, pp. 823-833, December 2006. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=948772

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Tommaso Reggiani (Contact Author)
University of Milan, Bicocca - Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Economics, Psychology & Social Sciences (CISEPS) ( email )
Piazza dell'Ateneo Nuovo, 1
Milano, 20126
Italy

University of Bologna - Dept. of Economics ( email )
Bologna
Italy
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