Seven top experts in the field of microfinance research and from practice will present in our lecture series in the Senate Room of the Academy Building. Globalisation Studies Groningen organizes the series together with prof. Robert Lensink of the Faculty of Economics and Business, and with support of Studium Generale. The Wednesday evening lectures are free and open to the public. Download the brochure for more information.
All lectures will take place in the Senaatskamer at the RUG Academy Building.
17 April at 20:00 - Prof Marc Labie on 'Corporate Governance in Microfinance: A Tricky Issue''
24 April at 20:00 - Prof Dr Milford Bateman on 'The Microfinance Delusion: Why the post 2015 development agenda needs a radical rethinking of its approach to local development finance''
1 May at 19:30 - Double Lecture - Prof Dr Victor Murinde on 'Microfinance at the African Development Bank' and Prof Beatriz Armendariz on 'Microfinance from a Gender Perspective''
22 May at 20:00 - Michaël de Groot on 'Inadequate Provision for Micro-agri Finance to Rural Enterprises'
29 May at 20:00 - Drs Hidde van der Veer on 'Promoting Youth Empowerment through Financial Inclusion, the World-wide Impact of the Aflatoun Programme'
5 June at 20:00 - Xavier Gine on 'Financial Services for the Poor'
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