Finance, Crowdfunding, Microcredit, Banking & Other Funding Sources

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  • Community Development Venture Capital Alliance (CDVCA) (2006). The new markets venture capital program: Providing equity capital and expertise to entrepreneurs in low-income urban and rural communities. Retrieved from https://community-wealth.org/sites/clone.community-wealth.org/files/downloads/paper-cdvca.pdf
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  • Lawrence, E. C. & Elliehausen, G. (2008). A comparative analysis of payday loan customers. Contemporary Economic Policy, 26, 299–316.
  • Lee, N., & Drever, E. (2014). Do SMEs in deprived areas find it harder to access finance? Evidence from the UK Small Business Survey. Entrepreneurship & Regional Development26(3-4), 337-356.
  • Littwin, A. (2007). Beyond usury: A study of credit-card use and preference among low-income consumers. Tex. L. Rev.86, 453-505.
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  • Ratcliffe, J. (2007). Who’s counting? Measuring social outcomes from targeted private equity. Community Development Investment Review, 1, 23-17.
  • Robb, A. M., & Fairlie, R. W. (2007). Access to financial capital among US businesses: The case of African American firms. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science613(1), 47-72
  • Schawartz, N.D. (2011). Bank closings tilt toward poor areas. New York Times. Retrieved from http://www.nytimes.com/2011/02/23/business/23banks.html
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  • Singh S. Goyal S.K. and Sharma, S. 2013. Technical Efficiency and its Determinants of Microfinance Institutions in India: A Firm Level Analysis, Journal of Innovation Economics and Management, 11(1): 15-31
  • Singletary, M. (2015). The problem with crowdfunding: It doesn’t help the needy crowd. The Washington Post, February 20 2015.
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