References and Selected Literature

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Bastiaenen, M & P van Rooi. 1997. "Guarantee funds and NGOs: Promise and pitfalls – A review of the key issues". International Labor Organization (ILO), Poverty-oriented Banking Working Paper No. 18. Geneva: ILO.

Business Development Services for SMEs. 1997. "Preliminary guideline for donor-funded interventions: A report to the Donor Committee on Small Enterprise Development (First Revision, October 1997).

CESPI. 1997. "Credit Organizations as Poverty Alleviation: The Grameen Bank Model and its Replicability".

Coetzee G. 1998. Regulation and Supervision of Microfinance Institutions. Kampala: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).

Dawson J. 1997. "Beyond credit: The emergence of high-impact, cost-effective business development services". In Small Enterprise Development, Vol. 8, No. 3, pp. 15-25.

Dessing M. 1990. Support for Micro Enterprises: Lessons for Sub-Saharan Africa. Washington DC: World Bank.

First Washington Associates Limited. 1997. "The Namibia Development Bank Feasibility Study" (report on Phase 2).

Gibson A. 1997. "Business Development Services: Core principles and future challenges". In Small Enterprise Development, Vol. 8, No. 3, pp. 4-14.

Graham DH. 1998. "Regulation and supervision of deposit-taking micro-finance institutions". Contribution to the CGAP Working Group’s Africa Conference on Savings in the Context of Micro-finance held in Kampala, Uganda, on 10-13 February.

Hansohm D, F Matsaert & H Bebi. 1996. "Credit delivery systems for small enterprises in Namibia". SME Development Discussion Paper No. 3 (commissioned by Joint Consultative Committee (JCC); funded by Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES), October 1996). Windhoek: FES.

Hansohm D. 1997. "The informal sector and its promotion in Namibia". NEPRU Working Paper No. 55 (April 1997). Windhoek: NEPRU.

Kadhikwa G. 1996. "SME support institutions network in Southern Africa" (draft final report, December 1996). Windhoek: Namibian Economic Policy Research Unit (NEPRU).

Levitsky J. 1993. Innovations in the financing of small and micro enterprises in developing countries. Geneva: ILO.

NEPRU. 1997. "Finance policy on small and micro enterprises (SMEs) in Namibia" (desk study, December 1997). Windhoek: NEPRU.

Republic of Namibia. 1997. "Namibia: Policy and Programme on Small Business Development". Windhoek: Ministry of Trade and Industry.

Republic of Namibia. 1998. "Finance policy on small and micro enterprises in Namibia" (fourth draft for discussion, April 1998).

Suarez-Villa L. Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and the Role of Small and Medium-sized Industries: A Long-term View.

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Tonin C, A Ricoveri & M Zaire. 1997. "Training and Labor Creation in Namibia: The Experience of the Adult Skills Development for Self-Employment (ASDSE) Pilot Project". Windhoek: CISP/DABE.

United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF). 1996. Factors contributing to the Success of Small Business in Namibia. Windhoek: UNICEF.

World Bank. 1992. Namibia: Poverty Alleviation with Sustainable Growth. Washington DC: World Bank (Country Study).

World Bank. 1997. An inventory of micro-finance institutions in East, Central, and South Africa. Washington DC: World Bank.

World Bank. 1997. Financial Sustainability for Credit Programs: A Travel Survival Guide. Washington DC: World Bank.

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