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Abstract I study the effects of a major environmental shock on microfinance lending by analyzing the Irish Loan Funds during the Great Famine of Ireland. Issue Section:.
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The Irish famine: The Economist
Contents 1. Revisiting the Great Famine.
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Mapping the Famine. Credit and Adaptation. Surviving the Famine. Was Malthus Right?. The author argues that the worst affected districts with a microfinance fund experienced substantially smaller population declines and larger increases in buffer livestock during the famine than those districts without a fund.