Monthly Archives: June 2011

Introducing price caps in the UK – a discussion fraught with myths

The discussion around price capping for credit has warmed up again over the past few months thanks to the sterling work of Stella Creasy who is campaigning to introduce a cap on the total cost of credit in the UK. … Continue reading

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Story and data – how funders can help?

In a compelling blog post, Peter Wanless, CEO of the Big Lottery Fund, made the case for charities to use data in their applications for funding. It is self-understood that charities have to report on their work and their impact … Continue reading

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A short introduction to my blog

Hello, I’m Veronika Thiel, a freelancer working in the field of financial inclusion and microfinance, offering policy and research analysis, as well as project management and training in social performance management. I previously worked for the new economics foundation, the … Continue reading

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