Ranjula, Bali Swain
Ranjula, Bali Swain
Professor, Södertörn University; Visiting Professor, Stockholm School of Economics
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Does Microfinance Empower Women? Evidence From Self‐help Groups in India
R Bali Swain, FY Wallentin
International Review of Applied Economics 23 (5), 541-556, 2009
4502009
Does Self Help Group Participation Lead to Asset Creation?
R Bali Swain, A Varghese
World Development 37 (10), 1674-1682, 2009
1182009
Impacting Women Through Microfinance
R Bali Swain
Dialogue, 61-82, 2007
108*2007
The Sustainable Development Oxymoron: Quantifying and Modelling the Incompatibility of Sustainable Development Goals
V Spaiser, S Ranganathan, R Bali Swain, DJT Sumpter
International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology 24 (6), 457-470, 2016
1062016
Factors Empowering Women in Indian Self-help Group Programs
R Bali Swain, FY Wallentin
International Review of Applied Economics 26 (4), 425-444, 2012
104*2012
Credit Rationing in Rural India
R Bali Swain
Journal of Economic Development 27 (2), 1-20, 2002
882002
Food Security, Gender, and Occupational Choice among Urban Low-income households
MS Floro, R Bali Swain
World Development 42 (C), 89-99, 2013
862013
Assessing the Effect of Microfinance on Vulnerability and Poverty among Low Income Households
R Bali Swain, M Floro
Journal of Development Studies 48 (5), 605-618, 2012
65*2012
Microfinance and Poverty Reduction in the Mekong Delta in Vietnam
R Bali Swain, N Van Sanh, V Van Tuan
African and Asian Studies 7 (2-3), 191-215, 2008
612008
Interest Rates and Financial Performance of Microfinance Institutions: Recent Global Evidence
AK Kar, R Bali Swain
European Journal of Development Research 26 (1), 87-106, 2014
582014
The Demand and Supply of Credit for Households
R Bali Swain
Applied Economics 39 (21), 2681-2692, 2007
562007
Microfinance, Vulnerability and Risk in Low Income Households
R Bali Swain, M Floro
International Review of Applied Economics 28 (5), 539-561, 2014
50*2014
Delivery Mechanisms and Impact of Microfinance Training in Indian Self‐Help Groups
R Bali Swain, A Varghese
Journal of International Development 25 (1), 11-21, 2013
442013
Demand, Segmentation and Rationing in the Rural Credit Markets of Puri
R Bali Swain
Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis, 2001
392001
Microfinance and Women’s Empowerment
R Bali Swain
Sida Working Paper, Division of Market Development, Sida: Stockholm, 2006
38*2006
A critical analysis of the sustainable development goals
R Bali Swain
Handbook of sustainability science and research, 341-355, 2018
332018
The Impact of Microfinance on Factors Empowering Women: Differences in Regional and Delivery Mechanisms in India's SHG Programme
R Bali Swain, FY Wallentin
Journal of Development Studies 53 (5), 684-699, 2017
32*2017
Climate Change and the Risk of Violent Conflicts in Southern Africa
A Themnér, A Swain, R Bali Swain, F Krampe
Global Crisis Solutions; Center for Sustainable Development, Uppsala University, 2011
25*2011
The Demographic Transition and Economic Growth: Implications for Development Policy
S Ranganathan, R Bali Swain, DJT Sumpter
Palgrave Communications 1 (15033), 2015
23*2015
Evaluating the Impact of Training in Self-Help Groups in India
R Bali Swain, A Varghese
The European Journal of Development Research 26 (5), 870-885, 2014
21*2014
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