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- Winner of The Suraj Mal and Shyama Devi Agarwal Book Prize awarded by the IAFFE 2019 (United States); Joint winner of W.E.B DuBois Distinguished Book Award, National Conference of Black Political Scie
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'This work is a valuable contribution toward painting a more realistic picture of how bias affects lending.' -- B. B. Andrew Choice Magazine vol 54:06:2017 'Politicized Microfinance is a timely and empirically rich book. It will be of interest to readers interested in microfinance and alternative finance and in social economy and alternative economies more broadly.' -- Nick Bernards Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography September 2016
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Caroline Shenaz Hossein is an assistant professor in the Department of Social Science as well as a member of the Centre for Feminist Research and the Harriet Tubman Institute for Research on Africa and its Diasporas at York University.
List of Figures and Tables Preface Acknowledgments Nomenclature Abbreviations Chapter 1: Microfinance and Black People Chapter 2: Contextualizing Microfinance in Jamaica, Guyana, and Haiti Chapter 3: Cultural Politics, Bias, and Microfinance Chapter 4: Violence against Borrowers and Lenders in Microfinance Chapter 5: Alternative Banking among the African Diaspora Chapter 6: Banking on Indigenous Systems Appendix: Description of Slums in the Study Notes Bibliography Index