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David RoodmanMilford BatemanChuck Waterfield
Center for Global
University of Juraj
Dobrila Pula

About the Event

David Roodman, the author of “Due Diligence: An Impertinent Inquiry into Microfinance” and Milford Bateman, the author of “Why Doesn’t Microfinance Work? The Destructive Rise of Local Neoliberalism” will participate in a modified parliamentary style debate moderated by Chuck Waterfield, founder of MFTransparency.

Both participants will address one question selected by the audience and announced on Microlinks January 18, 2012. In the first round of the debate, both presenters will have seven minutes each to answer the audience selected question, followed by seven minute rebuttals, and then five minute closing statements. After the debate, there will be a one hour Q&A session.

We are accepting question submissions from the audience until January 9, 2012. Polling for the final question will be open from January 11-18. We look forward to your questions and participation!

Submit your debate question here »


Could you summarise the motivations of people who say microfinance does not work? (My experience and that of leading economists I know - is that if you design an appropriate community banking model it works much better on sustainable impacts for jobs and society than big banks) chris macrae 301 881 1655 www.erworld.tv www.yunus.tv publisher journal of new economics

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