Microfinance in Morocco: State of art
Bensaid Amrani Mohamed,
Faris Hamza and
El Hachloufi Mostapha
Journal of Finance and Investment Analysis, 2017, vol. 6, issue 2, 3
Microfinance issues have aroused the interest of researchers in recent years.Indeed, the state of research testifies to the abundant studies mobilizing differentÂ methodologies and samples. This article presents a review of the literature of theÂ microfinance sector in order to improve our understanding of the results ofÂ previous research and to analyze the evolution of the sector by presenting aÂ description of the sector and its impact. Our research methodology is that of aÂ theoretical exploration through articles by researchers who have been interested inÂ the theme of microfinance, reports of the Microfinance Information ExchangeÂ (MIX), report of the Consultative Group to Assist the Poor (CGAP) The reports ofÂ the supervisory authorities, the activity reports of the AMF ... etc.JEL classification numbers: O16, G21, D21, I32Keywords: Microfinance, microcredit, entrepreneurship, poverty, financialÂ exclusion, impact.
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