Philip Mader
Philip Mader
Research Fellow, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex
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TitleCited byYear
The Political Economy of Microfinance. Financializing Poverty
M Philip
London, Palgrave, 2015
152*2015
Rise and fall of microfinance in India: The Andhra Pradesh crisis in perspective
P Mader
Strategic Change 22 (1-2), 47-66, 2013
1012013
Contesting Financial Inclusion
P Mader
Development and Change 49 (2), 461-483, 2018
332018
Financialisation through microfinance: Civil society and market-building in India
P Mader
Asian Studies Review 38 (4), 601-619, 2014
29*2014
Questioning Three Fundamental Assumptions in Financial Inclusion
P Mader
IDS Evidence Report 176, 2016
222016
Attempting the production of public goods through microfinance: the case of water and sanitation
P Mader
Journal of Infrastructure Development 3 (2), 153-170, 2011
212011
Rendite machen und Gutes tun?: Mikrokredite und die Folgen neoliberaler Entwicklungspolitik
G Klas, P Mader
Frankfurt/New York: Campus Verlag, 2014
202014
Making the Poor Pay for Public Goods via Microfinance: Economic and Political Pitfalls in the Case of Water and Sanitation
P Mader
MPIfG Discussion Paper 14 (11), 2011
192011
Card crusaders, cash infidels and the holy grails of digital financial inclusion
P Mader
Behemoth-A Journal on Civilisation 9 (2), 59-81, 2016
182016
Governance across borders: Transnational fields and transversal themes
L Dobusch, P Mader, S Quack
Berlin: epubli, 2013
15*2013
All Myth and Ceremony? Examining the Causes and Logic of the Mission Shift in Microfinance from Microenterprise Credit to Financial Inclusion
P Mader, S Sabrow
Forum for Social Economics 48 (1), 22-48, 2019
13*2019
Explaining and Quantifiying the Extractive Success of Financial Systems: Microfinance and the Financialisation of Poverty
P Mader
Economic Research 26 (1), 13-28, 2013
122013
Microfinance and Financial Inclusion
P Mader
The Oxford Handbook of the Social Science of Poverty, 843-865, 2016
112016
State–Business Relations Beyond Growth: Bringing in Development
S Ayele, P Mader, J Thorpe, J Gu, MM Morales, P Reed
IDS Evidence Report 215, 2016
112016
Failing Young People? Addressing the Supply-Side Bias and Individualisation in Youth Employment Programming
J Flynn, P Mader, M Oosterom, S Ripoll
IDS Evidence Report 216, 2017
102017
Impact of financial inclusion in low- and middle-income countries: A systematic review of reviews
M Duvendack, P Mader
3ie Systematic Review 41 (March 2019), 2019
6*2019
Armutsbekämpfung als Mythos und Zeremonie? Ursachen und Logiken eines Strategiewechsels in der Mikrofinanz
S Sabrow, P Mader
Zeitschrift für Außen-und Sicherheitspolitik 7 (2), 175-198, 2014
52014
Mikrofinanz zwischen ‘Finanzieller Inklusion’ und Finanzialisierung
P Mader
Politische Ökonomie der Finanzialisierung, Wiesbaden: Springer, 163-77, 2014
52014
Du microcrédit aux « subprime » pour les pauvres
P Lagneau-Ymonet, P Mader
Le Monde Diplomatique 2013 (9), 28, 2013
32013
Water Paradigms: Full Cost Recovery versus Human Rights
P Mader
Working paper presented to the Right to Water Study Group, Carr Center …, 2011
32011
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