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Mikrofinanz zwischen „Finanzieller Inklusion“ und Finanzialisierung

  • Philip MaderEmail author
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Zusammenfassu

Die heutige Entwicklungshilfe hegt hohe Erwartungen an kleine Kredite, um Menschen aus der Armut zu befreien und soziale Transformationen anzustoßen. So stellte 2009 der deutsche Entwicklungsminister Dirk Niebel für seine erste Amtsrede den Gründer der Grameen Bank, Muhammad Yunus, an seine Seite und bezeichnete die Mikrofinanz als „unverzichtbares Instrument erfolgreicher Entwicklungspolitik“ – „ein urliberales Instrument der Hilfe zur Selbsthilfe“ (BMZ 2009). Zwar täuschte sich Niebel, was den Erfolg betrifft, aber seine Darstellung der Mikrofinanz als „urliberales Instrument“ traf ins Schwarze: Die Mikro finanzierung basiert auf der liberalen Idee, alle menschlichen Bedürfnisse dank des Gewinntriebs frei handelnder Akteure im Markt befriedigen zu können.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Max-Planck-Institut für GesellschaftsforschungKölnDeutschland

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