The paper "Microfinance and Charity " is a good example of a finance and accounting research proposal. Microfinance is the provisions of financial services for customers who have to belong to a low-income group, so as to ensure that there is the creation of opportunities for them to develop and grow and maintain a better standard of life. The facilities of microfinance services are usually extended to customers who cannot access the traditional forms of financiers such as banking institutions and others. The charity sector is an important section of our society and the organizations under this form of aim at addressing the various needs and demands of those who are either marginalized in society or those who are in the need of assistance.
The alterations in the economic systems have had a direct effect on the financial policies that have been adopted in society. The changes that have occurred in society today necessitate that there is an intervention in the financial and the economic system which looks into the needs of those people who are financially marginalized. This is important as the roles of the financial policies that are adopted by society have a direct effect on the monetary conditions of the people, and it is only through the adoption and implantation of economic systems which will facilitate the transition of the people from a lower financial level to a more progressive one.
In the following paper, there shall be conducted a detailed discussion on the importance of ethical investment which addresses the issues of sustainable economic development, and analyzes how microfinance is able to help the poor access funds, which allows for them to improve their financial conditions in the long run. Research Statement and Objectives At the beginning of every research, there has been clearly defined as the purpose of the study that is being conducted.
This helps ensure that the research area that is being studied is clearly defined at the beginning of the study, which facilitates the development of the entire study in a progressive and well-organized manner (Greenwood, J., & Jovanovic, B, 1990). Thus, the purpose of the study needs to be specified. The research that has been undertaken in the following paper looks into the role of microfinance and tries to develop a comprehensive understanding of the role that the microeconomics in the economy. At the beginning of each research, there has to be ensured that the basic aims and objectives of the dissertation are identified, so as to ensure that the project that is developed, progresses in a specified direction.
The main objectives that the paper aims at fulfilling have been identified and enumerated in the section below. Developing an analysis of the role of microeconomics in developing the financial conditions in society The role of mutual funds in ensuring the financial development of the poor How microeconomics has in modern times laying more emphasis on the development of the marginalized section of the society? Literature Review The literature review is the section where the data which will be used as the basis on which the research is developed is gathered.
The works of these scholars will be accessed and utilized in the paper to ensure that the research that is developed is holistic in nature. The information will be collected from books that have been developed on the topic along with the newspaper articles and information that has been collected from the internet.
It has been observed that the role that can be played by microfinance in helping the poor establish themselves in a better manner has not been as well recognized as the other social institutions such as primary education and basic health care facilities. In fact, many of the social scholars fail to take microeconomics in as a factor when looking at methods through which the millennium goals of eradication of poverty and unemployment can be achieved (Gibson, H.
& Tsakalotos, E, 1994).
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