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Periodical articleBuss, Doris and Rutherford, Blair (2020)
See this documentGendering women's livelihoods in artisanal and small-scale mining: an introduction
Canadian Journal of African Studies. Volume 54 #1. p. 1-16.

Dissertation / thesisWout, Merel van 't (2018)
See this documentEntrepreneurs by the Grace of God: Life and Work of Seamstresses in Bolgatanga, Ghana
Abstract presentLeiden: African Studies Centre. African Studies Collection #68. 195p.

Periodical articleAbdullahi, Ali Arazeem and Seedat Khan, Mariam and Ajimati, Tomilola Ifeoluwa (2017)
See this documentMyth of the Informal Sector: A Study on the Sexual Harassment of Female Adolescents in Four Motor Garages in Ilorin, Nigeria
Abstract presentPerspectives on Global Development and Technology. Volume 16 #6. p. 717-735.

BookChikanda, Abel and Tawodzera, Godfrey (2017)
Informal entrepreneurship and cross-border trade between Zimbabwe and South Africa
South Africa: Southern African Migration Programme. SAMP migration policy series #74. 41p.

BookAbba, Bilguissou (2016)
Les pratiques marketing dans le secteur informel: une appréhension par les détaillantes du secteur informel camerounais
Dakar: L'Harmattan Sénégal. 399p.

Periodical articleNzeadibe, Thaddeus Chidi and Adama, Onyanta (2015)
See this documentIngrained inequalities? Deconstructing gendered spaces in the informal waste economy of Nigerian cities
Abstract presentUrban Forum. Volume 26 #2. p. 113-130.

Periodical articlePollard, Grace and Davies, Matthew I.J. and Moore, Henrietta L. (2015)
See this documentWomen, marketplaces and exchange partners amongst the Marakwet of northwest Kenya
Abstract presentJournal of Eastern African Studies. Volume 9 #3. p. 412-439.

Periodical articleJiyane, Veli (2014)
Challenges of e-society for informal sector women entrepreneurs of Hlabisa local municipality in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Innovation: journal of appropriate librarianship and information work in Southern Africa. #48. p. 87-112.

Dissertation / thesisWout, Merel van 't (2014)
See this documentEntrepreneurs by the grace of God: life and work of seamstresses in Bolgatanga, Ghana
Abstract present176p.

Periodical articleJiyane, Glenrose V. and Majanja, Mabel K. and Mostert, Bertha J. and Ocholla, Dennis (2013)
See this documentSouth Africa as an information and knowledge society: the benefit to informal sector women entrepreneurs
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of Library and Information Science. Volume 79 #1. p. 1-12.

Periodical articleKinyanjui, Mary Njeri (2013)
See this documentWomen informal garment traders in Taveta Road, Nairobi: from the margins to the center
Abstract presentAfrican Studies Review. Volume 56 #3. p. 147-164.

Periodical articleDiop, Rosalie A. (2010)
See this documentStratégie de survie et culture de jeunes dans les marchés urbains de Dakar: cas des adolescentes travailleuses (Sénégal)
Abstract presentAfrican Sociological Review. Volume 14 #1. p. 67-83.

Periodical articleOritsejafor, Emmanuel O. and Davis, Dorothy (2010)
The silent majority: the Liberian market women and the informal economy of post-war Liberia
Abstract presentLiberian Studies Journal. Volume 35 #2. p. 55-77.

Periodical articleAchieng, Roseline M. (2009)
See this documentDow-Jane and Dow-Jones: negotiating an integration of the informal and formal economies in Africa
African Sociological Review. Volume 13 #2. p. 29-45.

Periodical articleArrington, Andrea L. (2009)
See this documentCompetitive labour: divisions between Zambian and Zimbabwean workers
Abstract presentAfrican Studies. Volume 68 #1. p. 163-183.

Periodical articleMapedzahama, Virginia (2009)
Weaving paid work, informal sector work and motherhood in Harare (Zimbabwe): a new arena for research?
Australasian Review of African Studies. Volume 30 #1. p. 64-82.

Periodical articleOnyenechere, Emmanuella Chinenye (2009)
See this documentThe constraints of rural women in informal economic activities in Imo State, Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 34 #1. p. 83-101.

Periodical articleMotala, Shirin (2008)
See this documentOrganising capabilities of street traders particularly women
Agenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity. #78. p. 208-219.

Periodical articleOvera, Ragnhild (2007)
See this documentWhen Men Do Women's Work: Structural Adjustment, Unemployment and Changing Gender Relations in the Informal Economy of Accra, Ghana
Abstract presentJournal of Modern African Studies. Volume 45 #4. December. p. 539-563.

Periodical articleApusigah, Agnes Atia (2006)
Transcending gendered economics: grassroots women's agency in the informal sector of the Ghanaian economy
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 9. p. 151-176.

Periodical articleMuzvidziwa, Victor N. (2006)
Women without Borders: Transborder Movements as a Coping and Investment Strategy
Abstract presentAfricanus. Volume 36 #2. p. 180-188.

Periodical articlePichillo, Giancarlo (2006)
See this documentFrammenti di un panorama finanziario: risparmiare ed indebitarsi nello Nzema, Western Region of Ghana
Abstract presentAfrica: rivista trimestrale di studi e documentazione. Volume 61 #2. p. 189-217.

Periodical articleAkpan, Nseabasi (2005)
Women and sustainable development: a study of women involvement in small scale businesses in Uyo Local Government Area (LGA) of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria
Journal of environment and culture. Volume 2 #1. p. 14-26.

Periodical articleAkinboade, Oludele Akinloye and Lalthapersad-Pillay, Pinky (2004)
Armoede, gender en handel in Suider-Afrika
Abstract presentTydskrif vir geesteswetenskappe. Volume 44 #2-3. p. 193-212.

Periodical articleMulindwa, Innocent N. and Ntozi, James P.M. (2004)
See this documentMothers in the Informal Economy and Changes in Child Feeding and Caring Roles in Kampala, Uganda
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 29 #3. p. 114-130.

BookDarkwah, Akosua K. (2003)
Going global: Ghanaian female transnational traders in an era of globalization
Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Dissertation Services. 233p.

Dissertation / thesisMonteiro, Natalina Teixeira (2003)
The political economy of informal markets: restructuring economies, gender and women's lives in Maputo, Mozambique
Ann Arbor, MI: UMI. 331p.

Dissertation / thesisWambebe, Mana (2003)
The development of Nigeria's local/traditional fabric industry as a strategy for poverty reduction
Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Dissertation Services. 82p.

Periodical articleOlufemi, Olusola A. (2002)
Home-Based Work: Enabling or Debilitating Homes?
Africa Insight. Volume 32 #3. p. 19-25.

Periodical articleGrassi, Marzia (2001)
A questão do género no sector informal em Cabo Verde: um estudo sobre as 'rabidantes' do mercado 'Sucupira' na ilha de Santiago
Abstract presentAfricana studia: revista internacional de estudos africanos. #4. p. 7-32.

BookMolony, Thomas (2001)
Women in the Informal Sector of South Pare, Tanzania: Constraints and Opportunities
Edinburgh: Centre of African Studies, Edinburgh University. Occasional papers #87. 110p.

Periodical articleSkinner, Caroline and Valodia, Imraan (2001)
See this documentGlobalisation and Women's Work in South Africa: National and Local Approaches to Economic Transformation
Abstract presentAgenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity. #48. p. 75-89.

Periodical articleValodia, Imraan (2001)
See this documentEconomic Policy and Women's Informal Work in South Africa
Abstract presentDevelopment and Change. Volume 32 #5. November. p. 871-892.

Periodical articleZakaria, Yakubu (2001)
See this documentEntrepreneurs at Home: Secluded Muslim Women and Hidden Economic Activities in Northern Nigeria
Abstract presentNordic Journal of African Studies. Volume 10 #1. p. 107-123.

BookLund, Frances Jane and Srinivas, Smita (2000)
See this documentLearning from experience: a gendered approach to social protection for workers in the informal economy
Geneva: International Labour Organization. 149p.

Dissertation / thesisNiger-Thomas Agbaw, Margaret (2000)
'Buying futures': the upsurge of female entrepreneurship: crossing the formal and informal divide in Southwest Cameroon
Leiden: Research School of Asian, African, and Amerindian Studies, Universiteit Leiden. CNWS publications Volume 95. 354p.

Periodical articleSchneider, Gerlind (2000)
Women's economy between subsistence and market production in Harare, Zimbabwe
African Development Perspectives Yearbook. Volume 8. p. 731-764.

Periodical articleSchrieder, Gertrud (2000)
See this documentPoverty, Rural Financial Institution Building and Gender Sensitive Demand Analysis in the North-West and West Province of Cameroon
Abstract presentSavings and Development. Volume 24 #1. January. p. 95-110.

Periodical articleWillis, Justin (2000)
See this documentThe only money a woman can claim: a history of distilling in Bunyoro
Abstract presentUganda Journal. Volume 46. December. p. 1-16.

Periodical articlePitamber, Sunita (1999)
Women Traders in Omdurman, Sudan: Entrepreneurs or Mere Managers
Sudan Notes and Records. #3. p. 131-168.

Periodical articleChiré, A.S. (1998)
Djibouti: migrations de populations et insertion urbaine des femmes
Abstract presentL'Afrique politique. p. 120-146.

Periodical articleEmizet, Kisangani N.F. (1998)
See this documentConfronting Leaders at the Apex of the State: The Growth of the Unofficial Economy in Congo
Abstract presentAfrican Studies Review. Volume 41 #1. April. p. 99-137.

Periodical articleLund, Francie and Skinner, Caroline (1998)
Women traders in Durban: life on the streets
Abstract presentIndicator South Africa. Volume 15 #4. p. 17-24.

Periodical articleMuzvidziwa, Victor N. (1998)
See this documentDealing with Impoverishment: Sourcing and Selling Food in Masvingo
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 25 #2. p. 147-171.

Periodical articleNdiaye, Fatou (1998)
See this documentL'impact de la vie familiale sur l'activité entreprenariale des femmes au Sénégal
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 23 #3-4. p. 149-161.

Periodical articleOri, Boizo (1998)
Côte d'Ivoire: des femmes seules dans l'économie informelle d'Abidjan
Abstract presentL'Afrique politique. p. 107-119.

Periodical articleHayat A. (1997)
Constraints to women entrepreneurs in the informal sector: the case of women traders in Addis Ababa markets
Economic Focus (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia). Volume 1 #2. December. p. 24-25.

Periodical articleKagaruki, G. (1997)
A review of the criteria used by the National Bank of Commerce to issue 'soft' loans to women engaged in the informal sector in Tanzania
Journal of Building & Land Development. Volume 4 #1. January. p. 31-35.

Periodical articleGnammon-Adiko, Agnès (1996)
Les femmes, la restauration rapide et l'aménagement de la ville d'Abidjan
Abstract presentFood, Nutrition and Agriculture. #17-18. p. 14-20.

Periodical articleSeppala, Pekka (1996)
See this documentThe Politics of Economic Diversification: Reconceptualizing the Rural Informal Sector in South-East Tanzania
Abstract presentDevelopment and Change. Volume 27 #3. July. p. 557-578.

BookSimard, Gisèle (1996)
Petites commerçantes de Mauritanie: voiles, perles et henné
Abstract presentParis: Karthala. 240p.

Periodical articleKenig-Witkowska, Maria Magdalena (1995)
African women's role in the informal sector: legislative and policy issues: the case study of the People's Republic of Congo
Abstract presentAfricana Bulletin. #43. p. 7-17.

Periodical articleSitoe, J. (1994)
Em Maputo: sobrevive-se do sector informal
Tempo. #1236. 28 de agosto. p. 4-7.

Periodical articleDijkman, Hanneke and Dijk, Meine Pieter van (1993)
See this documentFemale Entrepreneurs in the Informal Sector of Ouagadougou
Abstract presentDevelopment Policy Review. Volume 11 #3. September. p. 273-288.

Periodical articleMwatha, Regina G. (1992)
Women Business Entrepreneurs in the Informal Sector of the City of Nairobi, Kenya
African Urban Quarterly. Volume 7 #1-2. February-May. p. 203-208.

Periodical articleOrodho, John A. (1992)
Women's Work and the Informal Sector in Kenya: A Study of Some Small-Scale Women Enterprises in Mombasa District
Eastern Africa Social Science Research Review. Volume 8 #2. June. p. 20-35.

Periodical articleSeymour, Estelle L. (1992)
A Preliminary Study of the Role of Women in the Informal Sector in Marabastad
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of Ethnology. Volume 15 #4. December. p. 126-133.

Periodical articleDijk, M.P. van (1990)
Women in the informal sector in industrializing Zimbabwe
Abstract presentAfrican Development Perspectives Yearbook. Volume 2. p. 709-720.

Periodical articleOkojie, Christiana E.E. (1990)
The Absorption of Labour into the Urban Informal Sector: The Position of Women in Nigeria
Abstract presentThe Nigerian Journal of Economic and Social Studies. Volume 32 #3. p. 247-268.

Periodical articleOruwari, Yomi (1990)
The Changing Role of Women in Families and Their Housing Needs: A Case Study of Port Harcourt, Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrican Urban Quarterly. Volume 5 #3-4. August-November. p. 217-222.

Periodical articleVijverberg, Wim P.M. (1990)
See this documentNonfarm Self-Employment and the Informal Sector in Cote d'Ivoire: A Test of Categorical Identity
Abstract presentJournal of Developing Areas. Volume 24 #4. July. p. 523-542.

Periodical articleTripp, Aili M. (1989)
See this documentWomen and the Changing Urban Household Economy in Tanzania
Abstract presentJournal of Modern African Studies. Volume 27 #4. December. p. 601-623.

Periodical articlePearce, Tola O. and Kujore, Olufemi O. and Agboh-Bankole, V. Aina (1988)
See this documentGenerating an Income in the Urban Environment: The Experience of Street Food Vendors in Ile-Ife, Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 58 #4. p. 385-400.

Periodical articleMalahleha, G.M. (1985)
Liquor brewing: a cottage industry in Lesotho shebeens
Abstract presentJournal of Eastern African Research and Development. Volume 15. p. 45-55.

Periodical articleDiouf, Made Bandé (1981)
See this documentLes restauratrices de la zone industrielle de Dakar, ou la guerre des marmites
Abstract presentCahiers d'études africaines. Volume 21 #81-83. p. 237-250.

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