How Microfinance Can Help Entrepreneurs Beat the Poverty Trap
Estefania Santacreu-Vasut, ESSEC Business School, uses her research to shed light on claims that microfinancing over-emphasises support to women. Microfinance targeting women: Too much of a good thing? by […]
Prof. Savita Shankar, Keio Business School, looks into social entrepreneurship in Asia and the difference with Western social enterprises.
Before the publication of the year’s final, bumper issue of Global Voice magazine, a look back at 5 of the Council’s most read articles of 2018. Enjoy! Per member School […]
Savita Shankar, University of Pennsylvania, formerly professor at Keio Business School, shares her research in a 2-part article on how to address the needs of millions of micro entrepreneurs who form the ‘missing middle’ as their financing needs are met by neither micro-finance institutions nor commercial banks.
Hakim Fekih, Master’s in Management student at ESSEC Business School and member of the association NOISE, a student alliance dedicated to sustainability and responsible entrepreneurship, shares his insights into the various dimensions of responsible finance.