Famine and Finance: Credit and the Great Famine of Ireland

Famine and Finance: Credit and the Great Famine of Ireland

English | 30 Jan. 2017 | ISBN: 3319317644 | 216 Pages | PDF | 2.81 MB

The book uses archival data to examine how access to micro-finance credit played a role in facilitating adjustment to blight during the Great Famine of Ireland.
The author argues that the worst affected districts with a microfinance fund experienced substantially smaller population declines and larger increases in buffer livestock during the famine than those districts without a fund. The potentially limited capacity of credit access to mitigate the effects of a major environmental shock on the poorest, most vulnerable borrowers is also a key topic of discussion.



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