Adiós and Good Riddance? 2010's Most-Read Posts

> Posted by Center Staff
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the end of the ‘00s. It wouldn’t make sense to barrel through to the New Year without recapping some most-read posts of 2010.
Unsurprisingly, Andhra Pradesh seized headlines, and similarly sobering was Alex Silva’s take on MF failures. Also this year, documentary-maker Tom Heinemann flailed ineffectually at Dr. Yunus, the Gates Foundation showed us how it’s done, and Essma Ben Hamida held forth on “How Microfinance Matters.” And that’s just the end of the beginning…

  1. On Microfinance: Who’s to Blame for the Crisis in Andhra Pradesh
  2. Where Is Microfinance Headed? Essma Ben Hamida Interview Kicks Off ‘Microfinance Matters’ Series
  3. The Lessons of Andhra Pradesh
  4. Alex Silva on Failures in Microfinance
  5. Throwing Shoes at Dr. Yunus
  6. Swadhaar Co-founder Veena Mankar Analyses Andhra Pradesh Developments
  7. Tom Heinemann’s New Shoes
  8. At the Gates Foundation, Savings Is It
  9. Nicaraguan Microfinance in Crisis
  10. Consequences of Over-indebtedness: Lessons from India
  11. What AFI Is Doing Is Unprecedented’ – Beth Rhyne on the Global Policy Forum
  12. 5 Great Books About Microfinance and How the Poor Use Money
  13. Not a Big Deal? Microfinance Is About Inclusion
  14. Reply to Nicholas Kristof: Microcredit, Microsavings? Microfinance.
  15. Distribution of Solar Lamps Begins in Mali
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