authors Mohammad Shahjahan Chowdhury
objectives This paper questions the microfinance strategy for women's agency development and empowerment through an extensive fieldwork on the participants of the Bangladesh Rural Development Board (BRDB). This study contributes to the debate on how neoliberal policy of market centric mechanism has created unfavorable environment for the poor women by examining ‘public microfinance model’.
type of data primary data
methods Participatory research
geographic context Bangladesh
keywords Bangladesh Rural Development Board