Implications of Access to Microcredit and Social Capital for Female Entrepreneurship in Cameroon

By investigating the effects of microcredit and social capital on female entrepreneurship in Cameroon, this study attempts to:
(a) Construct a social capital indicator for Cameroon;
(b) Identify individual and community characteristics that affect female entrepreneurship; and
(c) Compare welfare outcomes for female entrepreneurs having access to both social capital and credit with those of their counterparts, who do not have such access in Cameroon.

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Boniface Ngah Epo

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