New York University Journal of International Law and Politics. Vol. 42. (2010).
Peer-to-Peer Financing for Development: Regulating the Intermediaries
Private international finance for individual and small business recipients seeking to improve development outcomes is particularly in vogue, and a bewildering variety of intermediaries have emerged to channel the growing capital flows. Some of these intermediaries work much like conventional charities, collecting and transmitting private donations for private recipients advancing development—defined to include both private sector growth and institutional reform . . .