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This study explores the entrepreneurial potential of the rule-breaking practices of microfinance programs' beneficiaries. Using the storyboard methodology, we examine the strategies employed by the poor in Burundi to bypass institutional rules. Based on 66 short interviews conducted in seven rural provinces of Burundi, our exploratory study analyzes the entrepreneurial potential in four instances of rule-evasion: consumption spending, illegitimate investment, loan juggling and loan arrogation.doi:10.1080/13600818.2019.1597034 fatcat:halmpspdxzgenj7vvsmycxc7aq