Mullineux, A. and Murinde, V., 2014. Financial sector policies for Enterprise Development in Africa. Review of Development Finance, 4 (2), pp. 66-72.
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This paper explores the key issues relating to financial sector policies for enterprise development, with special implications for Africa. The role of the formal financial sector – ranging from microfinance institutions, banks, the capital market, and regulatory agencies – is discussed with respect to enterprise development at all levels, including start-ups, small and medium firms, and large corporates. Specific policy choices for African countries are highlighted, including exploiting the current communications and information technology (CIT) revolution.
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Financial policies; enterprise development; Africa|
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|Deposited On:||22 Jul 2014 15:40|
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