Cambodian Microfinance’s High Repayment Rates Are Built on Misery, Research Finds
By David Whitehouse
Boosters of microfinance claim that it can rescue people from rapacious informal lenders. That’s not the case in Cambodia.
Is Cambodia’s Government Ready to Tackle the Problems in Its Microfinance Sector?
By Molika Heng
Phnom Penh's attempts to relieve its worsening rural debt crisis are yet to have the intended effects.
World Bank-Linked Watchdog to Probe Alleged Cambodian Microfinance Abuses
By Sebastian Strangio
Two Cambodian civil society groups claim that "reckless" micro-lending has contributed to a brewing rural debt crisis.
Cambodia’s Microfinance Industry in Troubled Waters
By Luke Hunt
A conversation with economist Ron Bevacqua about the crisis facing Cambodia's microfinance sector.
Cambodia's Microfinance Industry: Why Bigger May Not Be Better
By David Hutt
A closer look at an issue that has been in the spotlight recently.