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Abstract

This study examines how microcredit improved entrepreneurial activity in emerginge conomies as a mechanism of economic growth and to reduce poverty and financial ine qualities, particularly in Algeria, using the example of the National Microcredit Agency. Basic on micro datasurvey of a 150 beneficiaries of this type of financing in the wilaya of Mascara. The results show that there is a strong correlation between microcredit and the number of SME created, microcredit has deployed the number of SME by 37.9% but on the other hand the effect of microcredit in rural areas is not similar to the effect observed in urban areas.


JEL Classification: G21, A12, C40.

Keywords

Microcredit Public Program SME Algeria

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Author Biographies

Abdelkrim Zoheir Hadefi, Research center in applied economics for development (Algeria)

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Mohamed Bensaid, Organisation management research laboratory, Sidi-Bel-Abbes (Algeria)

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How to Cite
Hadefi, A. Z., & Bensaid, M. (2019). Assistance Program For The Creation Of SMEs In Algeria: a Case Of The National Agency For Micro Credit Management. Management & Economics Research Journal, 1(2), 20-34. https://doi.org/10.48100/merj.v1i2.37
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