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Post-Conflict Reconstruction, Microfinance and Democratic Engagement
Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy
This paper presents results from a study of the comparative effects of microfinance group lending, and individual lending technologies on measures of women's political capital in a fragile conflict-affected setting. Based on a quasi-experiment in Liberia, the two lending technologies were found to have significant effects on different measures of women's political capital, though the effects were greater for the group lending technology than those of the individual lending. The differentdoi:10.1515/peps-2017-0048 fatcat:ygbzfcp33fdlbnn35qua3vzf7y