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How to write a great review. The review must be at least 50 characters long. In the war against global poverty, that feels like one small battle won.
I can't praise it highly enough. This is a model of the careful collection of evidence with important practical consequences. It remains an excellent survey of the poors' realities, certainly a 'must-have' for all researchers interested in the financial practices of the poor and microfinance. On that ground alone I highly recommend the book.
Not being able to manage whatever money you have is worse. They draw on more than financial diaries collected in Bangladesh, India, and South Africa that tracked how money was earned and spent, along with interviews with the diarists.
The result is a unique window onto what poverty means for these households. It gathers new evidence about the financial services people on very low incomes need--and the answers are sometimes surprising.
Skip the latest road-to-riches screed about serving the bottom of the pyramid and throw out your white papers from the World Bank.