Microinsurance: Providing a More Stable Future for Small-Scale Farmers?

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Jun 2012
Global, June, 29 2012 - Almost 500 million poor people worldwide, mostly in China and India, are now insured against adverse events. Andy Kuper traces the origins of LeapFrog Investment, which invests in microinsurance companies in developing countries, to his experience as a PhD student under the renowned economist Amartya Sen in the late 1990s.

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Source : The Guardian
 

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