Research Meets Reality in Microfinance

Diana Taylor '80, chairman of ACCION and managing director of Wolfensohn Fund Management, delivered the closing keynote at the Social Enterprise Forum: The Economics and Psychology of Poverty. Taylor discussed ACCION's 50 years in the microfinance industry, showing what has been accomplished and what still can be done to better provide financial services to those living in poverty. With an introduction by Ray Fisman, the Lambert Family Professor of Social Enterprise and co-director of the Social Enterprise Program at Columbia Business School.

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