Urban Research Monitor HUD
January/February 2001 Vol. 5 · Issue 6
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Can Microenterprise Programs Alleviate Poverty?

"The Material Conditions for Microenterprise Programs in the United States and the Third World"
Mark Schreiner
Center for Social Development, 2000.

"The Dimensions of Microenterprise: A Critical Look at Microenterprise as a Tool To Alleviate Poverty"
Louise A. Howells
Journal of Affordable Housing,
Winter 2000.

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