Neema Mori
Neema Mori
Associate Professor, University of Dar es Salaam Business School, Tanzania; Research Fellow
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Board Composition and Outreach Performance of Microfinance Institutions: Evidence from East Africa
N Mori, S Gholersorkhi, T Rand°y, N Hermes
Strategic Change: Briefings in Entrepreneurial Finance 24, 99-113, 2015
632015
Boards in microfinance institutions: how do stakeholders matter?
N Mori, R Mersland
Journal of Management & Governance 18 (1), 285-313, 2014
582014
SMES Access to Financial Services: Tanzanian Bankers' Eye
N Mori, E Richard
Chinese Business Review 11 (2), 217-223, 2012
402012
Roles of stakeholders in strategic decision-making of microfinance organizations
N Mori
International Business & Economics Research Journal 9 (7), 51-64, 2010
342010
Women’s Entrepreneurship Development in Tanzania: Insights and Recommendations
N Mori
International Labour Office 1, 85, 2014
27*2014
Directors' Diversity and Board Performance: Evidence from East African Microfinance Institutions
N Mori
Journal of African Business 15 (2), 100-113, 2014
272014
The influence of the CEO’s business education on the performance of hybrid organizations: the case of the global microfinance industry
D Pascal, R Mersland, N Mori
Small Business Economics 49 (2), 339-354, 2017
252017
Determinants of Board Structure in Microfinance Institutions: Evidence from East Africa
N Mori, T Rand°y, S Gholersorkhi
Journal of Emerging Market Finance 12 (3), 323–365., 2013
222013
Effects Of Collateral On Loan Repayment: Evidence From An Informal Lending Institution
G Charles, N Mori
Journal of African Business 17 (2), 254–272, 2016
212016
An institutional view on access to finance by Tanzanian women-owned enterprises
V Naegels, N Mori, B D’Espallier
Venture Capital 20 (2), 191-210, 2018
202018
The Effect of Boards on the Performance of Microfinance Institutions: Evidence from Tanzania and Kenya
N Mori, D Olomi
Research Report for Development 12 (2), 157-167, 2012
202012
Social entrepreneurship in Tanzania: assessment of enabling environment
K Fulgence, N Mori
2nd EMES International Conference on Social Enterprise, Trento (Italy), 2009
202009
Constraints to access to capital by Tanzanian SMEs
D Olomi, N Mori, E Mduma, G Urassa
Dar es Salaam: REPOA, 2008
182008
Board committees and performance in microfinance institutions: Evidence from Ethiopia
R Muluneh Hideto Dato, Mersland, N Mori
International Journal of Emerging Markets 13 (2), 350-370, 2018
15*2018
Effects of boards’ on performance of local and foreign-owned banks in Tanzania
N Mori, G Towo
African Journal of Economic and Management Studies 8 (2), 2017
142017
The Role of the Internet in Overcoming Information Barriers: Implications for Exporting SMEs from the East African Community
N Mori, G Munisi
Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation 8 (2), 60-77, 2012
122012
Loan repayment performance of clients of informal lending institutions
G Charles, N Mori
International Journal of Development Issues, 2017
112017
Lessons from equity financing experience of Tanzanian SMEs
D Olomi, N Mori
file:///Users/neemamori/Downloads/Olomi-Mori-2015-Working-paper.pdf, 2015
112015
Access to Business Development Support Services and Performance of Youth- Owned Enterprises in Tanzania
N Mori
Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation 11 (2), 57-82, 2015
102015
Access to finance for SMEs in Tanzania
N Mori, E Richard, A Isaack, D Olomi
African Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development: Context and Processá…, 2009
9*2009
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