The study addresses the issue of women’s economic empowerment through microfinance in Tunisia. It investigates the role of gender in the growing process of microfinance clients’ businesses and whether it is a determining factor in this process. The innovation of this research lies in the definition of “economic empowerment”, where it is more linked to the business development process rather than to the client’s socioeconomic characteristics. In this research, a double approach, static and dynamic, is considered, with a multinomial logit model, and a multistate-business-driven observation (BDO) model.
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