Innovations in the Delivery of Financial Services through the Deposit Taking Microfinance Institutions (MFIs) in Ethiopia: Paper Presented at AFRACA Workshop on Innovations in Addressing Rural Finance Challenges in Africa, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. ___________, 2000. Review of microfinance industry in Ethiopia: Regulatory framework and performance; Occasional paper 2, Association of Ethiopian Microfinance Institutions
The research methodology to be adopted in this study will be the mixed approach (qualitative and quantitative research) and consisted of literature which elaborated based on the objectives of the research. The extant literature review will help to discover the academic paradigms supporting the subject area and to identify the scope of procurement management among cocoa processors in the country. This will help identify an innovative strategic determinant that enhances procurement management practices and logistics collaboration in the Ghanaian cocoa industry to facilitate the conceptualization and contextualization of the study. The review will be on credible and scientific data from the existing literature through journals, conference papers, publications of corporate bodies and textbooks. The quantitative research will apply to both the fieldwork and desk study.
Since the data is being sourced from BOG, this study on monetary policy is significant to the BOG and government because it will help know the development of banking and financial institutes in Ghana. This study also helps the country know the capital formation. Monetary policy help in capital formation by providing loan at low interest rate and increasing investment. Monetary policy is one of the most important aspects of economics. This study is significant to the body of knowledge because it would help them know how the government of Ghana and BOG are applying monetary policy tools in the economic development of the economy.
SWOT ‘Provides a framework for analyzing strengths and weaknesses (internal) and opportunities and threats (external)’. (Nadine Pahl, 2009, p. 4) SWOT analysis analyzes strenghts to mitigate weaknesses and to leverage potential available opportunities in the market environment. This essay will critically contrast and compare position in the financial sector, business strategy and performance of the following two banks: HSBC bank (The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation) and National Bank of Egypt (NBE). The banking sector in Egypt plays essential role in an economic growth and development of the country. ‘The banking sector consists of commercial banks, which are local banks and non-local banks.
To establish how competition from commercial banks and other financial Institutions affect the growth of Tea SACCOs in Kenya 1.4 Value of the Study The finding of the study are essential to many Institutions since the societies have a big role to play as the country struggles to turnaround the economy, of particular interest the study will benefit the management of Tea SACCOs who will use it to understand the factors that affect growth of SACCOs within the sector in Kenya and what areas to concentrate on in order to gain competitive advantages. The Members of the society will use the report to understand SACCO’s dynamics and especially in electing leaders who will steer the society mission in future. Other organisations will use the report so as to give strategic guideline and understand their role in developing such societies. The Government through the Commissioner will have an interest in the report for policy decisions and improve regulations of societies. Other researchers will find it useful as a point
FINCA designed the evaluation methodology, which was connected to a planning tool that set operational and strategic goals. Basing on the assessments, a strengthening programme was created for each affiliate, responding to the most important weaknesses undermining their potential for sustainability and expansion. These institutional evaluations also had influence on access by affiliates to commercial funding, mainly because they were used to assess eligibility for credit-enhancement facilities, like loan guarantees, presented by FINCA’s Village Bank Capital
S MAHENDRA DEV (2006) says that even after nationalization of banks in 1969 and large development in financial sector, many areas are still there which do not have access to these facilities. P Chidambaram and C Rangarajan in 2005-06 tried to focus on these areas of financial inclusion. Some of the factors of financial inclusion that the author has reported are credits to farmer households, credits for small and marginal farmers etc. this arises the need for the separate financial institution for creating the awareness among people about the financial services. The author here has thrown light on public investment in irrigation, research and extension, infrastructure in rural areas, proper seeds and fertilizers, a good marketing system for
The concepts can then be further grouped to form a category and collection of categories with lead to formation of theory (Bernard, 2010). There are two major approaches to the grounded theory. In Glaser’s approach, the data are constantly analysed front very beginning go the research and interview. It is described in literature as qualitative data analysis. Strauss and Corbin approach is to looks at the data in a systematic way and generate a theory.
RESEARCH INTENT RAJI, MOJEED GBOLAGADE PROSPECTIVE PhD STUDENT BEING A RESEARCH INTENT SUBMITTED TO THE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS & ACCOUNTANCY, UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA, KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA IN SUPPORT OF THE ADMISSION INTO PhD RESEAARCH PROGRAMME FIELD OF RESEARCH: ACCOUNTING, TAXATION & FISCAL POLICY TOPIC OF RESEARCH: TAX REVENUE AND ECONOMIC GROWTH: THE NIGERIA EXPERIENCE (2000-2019) Introduction Tax is a compulsory charge imposed by a public authority on the income and properties of individuals and companies as stipulated by the government decree or Acts or laws irrespective of the exact amount of service of the payer in return (Omotoso, 2001). Such goals may be in for of high level of
As the study focused the democratic culture of rural people of Bangladesh. So the pattern of democratic culture was to be summarized. In Bangladesh there are enormous political parties and their subordinate units. In contrast, there are various social, cultural and civil organizations (Zahur, A.B.M.S. 2010: 10).