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Periodical articleKashiwagi, Kenichi and Iwasaki, Erina (2020)
See this documentEffect of agglomeration on technical efficiency of small and medium-sized garment firms in Egypt
African Development Review. Volume 32 #1. p. 14-26.

Periodical articleNattrass, Nicoli and Seekings, Jeremy (2016)
See this documentTrade unions, the state and 'casino capitalism' in South Africa's clothing industry
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 43 #147. p. 89-106.

BookMatsinde, Tapiwa (2015)
Fashion illustration Africa: a new generation
Shoko Press. 107p.

Periodical articleRöschenthaler, Ute (2015)
See this documentDressed in photographs: between uniformization, self-enhancement and the promotion of stars and leaders in Bamako
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 85 #4. p. 697-721.

Periodical articleKindiki, Moses Mpuria (2014)
See this documentDependency in international regimes: the case of the apparel industry in sub-Saharan Africa
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 41 #142. p. 594-608.

Periodical articleNattrass, Nicoli and Seekings, Jeremy (2014)
See this documentJob destruction in Newcastle: minimum wage-setting and low-wage employment in the South African clothing industry
Abstract presentTransformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa. #84. p. 1-30.

Periodical issueRichet, Xavier and Ruffier, Jean (eds.) (2014)
L'industrialisation au Sud
Abstract presentAutrepart. #69. 165p.

Dissertation / thesisBosscher, Nynke (2011)
See this documentAnalysis of practices: empowering aspects of a tailoring training for teenage girls in Burkina Faso
33p.

BookCairoli, M. Laetitia (2011)
Girls of the factory: a year with the garment workers of Morocco
Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida. 264p.

Conference paperMacCormick, Dorothy and Kuzilwa, Joseph A. and Tegegne Gebre-Egeziabher (eds.) (2009)
Industrialising Africa in the era of globalisation: challenges to clothing and footwear
Abstract presentNairobi: University of Nairobi Press. 283p.

Periodical articleSantos, Hanlie dos (2009)
Fashion and family business entrepreneurs: Jaff and Company, 1931-1980
Abstract presentNew contree: a journal of historical and human sciences for Southern Africa. #58. p. 107-129.

Periodical articleGeda, Alemayehu and Meskel, Atnafu G. (2008)
See this documentChina and India's growth surge: is it a curse or blessing for Africa? The case of manufactured exports
Abstract presentAfrican Development Review. Volume 20 #2. p. 247-272.

Periodical articleKaplinsky, Raphael (2008)
See this documentWhat does the rise of China do for industrialization in sub-Saharan Africa?
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 35 #115. p. 7-22.

Periodical articleNicita, Alessandro (2008)
See this documentWho benefits from export-led growth? Evidence from Madagascar's textile and apparel industry
Abstract presentJournal of African Economies. Volume 17 #3. p. 465-489.

Periodical articleAkoten, John E. and Otsuka, Keijiro (2007)
See this documentFrom Tailors to Mini-Manufacturers: The Role of Traders in the Performance of Garment Enterprises in Kenya
Abstract presentJournal of African Economies. Volume 16 #4. August. p. 564-595.

Periodical articleHunt, Diana (2007)
See this documentThe employment impacts of trade liberalisation and of increased competition in export markets: the North African clothing sector
The Journal of North African Studies. Volume 12 #4. p. 453-479.

Periodical articleVincent, Louise (2007)
See this documentSteve Biko and Stoned Cherrie: refashioning the body politic in democratic South Africa
Abstract presentAfrican Sociological Review. Volume 11 #2. p. 80-93.

Periodical articleMeagher, Kate (2006)
See this documentSocial Capital, Social Liabilities, and Political Capital: Social Networks and Informal Manufacturing in Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrican Affairs: The Journal of the Royal African Society. Volume 105 #421. October. p. 553-582.

Periodical articleRogerson, Christian M. (2006)
See this documentDeveloping the fashion industry in Africa: the case of Johannesburg
Abstract presentUrban Forum. Volume 17 #3. p. 215-240.

Periodical articleWong, Monina (2006)
Chinese workers in the garment industry in Africa: implications of the contract labour dispatch system on the international labour movement
Labour, Capital and Society. Volume 39 #1. p. 68-111.

Periodical articleChâtel, Bénédicte (2005)
Dossier textiles/vêtements
Marchés tropicaux et méditerranéens. Volume 60 #3111. p. 6-10.

Periodical articleGibbs, Tim (2005)
See this document'Union Boys in Caps Leading Factory Girls Astray?' The Politics of Labour Reform in Lesotho's 'Feminised' Garment Industry
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 31 #1. March. p. 95-115.

Periodical articleAmin Al-Ayouty, Iman (2004)
The effect of privatization and the restructuring of public enterprises on export potential: the case of textile and apparel manufacturing in Egypt and in Poland
Hemispheres: Studies on Cultures and Societies. #19. p. 13-42.

Periodical articleKariuki, M. Simon and Smith, Nico J. (2004)
Are Export Processing Zone (EPZ) Employers Gender Sensitive? An Analysis of Gender Employer-Employee Labour Relations in Kenyan Garment EPZs
Journal of Social Development in Africa. Volume 19 #2. p. 69-89.

Periodical articleKariuki, Simon M. and Smith, Nico J. (2004)
Building Effective Dispute Resolution Structures in Unionised and Non-Unionised Export Processing Zones: The Case of the Kenyan Garment Industry
Abstract presentAfricanus. Volume 34 #2. p. 6-15.

Periodical articleKariuki, Simon Mwangi (2004)
The attitudes of old and young Kenyan garment export processing zone workers towards the state of their working conditions
Abstract presentResearch Review. Volume 20 #2. p. 53-63.

Dissertation / thesisCammett, Melani Claire (2003)
Mobilizing capital: globalization and business politics in North Africa
Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Dissertation Services. 474p.

Periodical articleGibbon, Peter (2003)
See this documentAGOA, Lesotho's 'Clothing Miracle' and the Politics of Sweatshops
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 30 #96. June. p. 315-350.

BookKinyanjui, Mary Njeri and Mccormick, Dorothy (2003)
Value chains in small scale garment producers in Nairobi: challenges in shifting from the old global regime of import substitution to a more liberalised global regime
Nairobi: Institute for Development Studies, University of Nairobi. IDS working paper #536. 34p.

Periodical articleKristiansen, Stein and Mbwambo, Andrew (2003)
See this documentSurvival of Cottage Industries in Africa: The Case of Clustering and Social Networks in Tanzanian Garment Industries
Abstract presentJournal of Contemporary African Studies. Volume 21 #3. September. p. 365-382.

Periodical articlePetersson, Lennart (2003)
See this documentProduction fragmentation and specialisation, with special reference to the SADC textile and clothing industry
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of Economics. Volume 71 #4. p. 762-791.

Periodical articleRogerson, Christian M. (2003)
See this documentTowards pro-poor local economic development: the case for sectoral targeting in South Africa
Abstract presentUrban Forum. Volume 14 #1. p. 53-79.

BookShindondola, Hilma and Jauch, Herbert (2003)
See this documentRamatex: on the other side of the fence
Katutura, Windhoek: Labour Resource and Research Institute. 42p.

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 articleSkinner, Caroline and Valodia, Imraan (2002)
See this documentLabour Market Policy, Flexibility, and the Future of Labour Relations: The Case of KwaZulu-Natal Clothing Industry
Abstract presentTransformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa. #50. p. 56-76.

Periodical articleGälli, Anton (2001)
Die afrikanische Textil- und Bekleidungsindustrie: Aufstieg ohne Hoffnung?
Abstract presentInternationales Afrikaforum. Volume 37 #2. p. 181-197.

Periodical articleRogerson, Christian M. (2001)
See this documentInner-city economic revitalisation through cluster support: the Johannesburg clothing industry
Abstract presentUrban Forum. Volume 12 #1. p. 49-70.

Periodical articleZeufack, Albert (2001)
See this documentExport Performance in Africa and Asia's Manufacturing: Evidence from Firm-Level Data
Abstract presentJournal of African Economies. Volume 10 #3. September. p. 258-281.

Periodical articleBasimane, I. (2000)
Basetsana: talented model, fashion designer
Kutlwano. Volume 38 #2. February. p. 12-13.

Periodical articleVincent, Louise D. (2000)
See this documentBread and Honour: White Working Class Women and Afrikaner Nationalism in the 1930s
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 26 #1. March. p. 61-78.

Periodical articleCairoli, M. Laetitia (1999)
See this documentGarment factory workers in the city of Fez
Middle East Journal. Volume 53 #1. p. 28-43.

Periodical articleKesper, Anna P. (1999)
See this documentSmall clothing manufacturers in the Johannesburg inner city: facing the global challenge
Abstract presentUrban Forum. Volume 10 #2. p. 137-164.

Periodical articleMuranda, Zororo (1999)
See this documentExport Entry Decision and Organisational Characteristics of Textile and Clothing Export Firms: Analysis of Zimbabwean Firms
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 26 #2. p. 183-209.

Periodical articleBeedassy, E. and Bukowsky, P. (1998)
Aptitude tests for seamstresses
Industry Focus. #41. November-December. p. 47-48.

Periodical articleKaidoo, I. (1998)
T-shirts, trousers, pullovers and shirts: the lion share of clothing exports
Industry Focus. #38. May-June. p. 17-19.

Periodical articleNarod, O. (1998)
Breuninger & Woolworths: positive about the Mauritian potential
Industry Focus. #41. November-December. p. 36-39.

Periodical articlePasquet, P. (1998)
Il appartient à chaque entreprise d'apporter sa touche créative au produit
Industry Focus. #36. January-February. p. 40-41.

Periodical articleBeedassy, E. (1997)
A scan into...solid textile waste
Industry Focus. #33. July-August. p. 55-57.

Periodical articleClutier, D. (1997)
Stratégie d'avenir pour l'industrie de l'habillement mauricienne
Industry Focus. #35. November-December. p. 49-47.

Periodical articleCraig, P. (1997)
The effect on Mauritius, particularly for apparel exports to the USA
Industry Focus. #32. May-June. p. 16-18.

Periodical articleHarrison, Karen (1997)
See this documentIndustrial response to globalisation within a medium-sized town: a focus on the clothing manufacturing sector in Port Shepstone
Abstract presentTransformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa. #32. p. 79-101.

Periodical articleHart, Gillian and Todes, Alison (1997)
See this documentIndustrial Decentralisation Revisited
Abstract presentTransformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa. #32. p. 31-53.

Periodical articleKwai Pun, M. (1997)
An overview of the performance of Mauritian clothing exports to the US
Industry Focus. #35. November-December. p. 34-35.

Periodical articleMcCormick, Dorothy and Kinyanjui, Mary N. and Ongile, Grace (1997)
See this documentGrowth and Barriers to Growth among Nairobi's Small and Medium-Sized Garment Producers
Abstract presentWorld Development. Volume 25 #7. July. p. 1095-1110.

Periodical articleMolapo, B. (1997)
Buttons firm short of horns as farmers improve livestock
Kutlwano. Volume 35 #9. September. p. 14-15.

Periodical articleMungur, S. (1997)
Handling: a key factor in productivity improvement
Industry Focus. #35. November-December. p. 53-56.

Periodical articleMensah, A.H.O. (1996)
Ghana's textile/garment industry: an endangered economic subsector
Journal of Management Studies. Volume 13. January-December. p. 51-65.

Periodical articleRubin, M. (1996)
New strategies for the Mauritian textile industry
Industry Focus. #28. September-October. p. 24-29.

Periodical articleWright, E.H.M. and Tian-Faulkner (1996)
Investigations into possible laboratory and industrial applications of coloured extracts from some West African plants. Pt. 2. Applications as cloth dyes
African Journal of Science and Technology. Series B, Science. Volume 8 #1. January. p. 23-27.

Periodical articleCader, Y. (1994)
Maurice parmi les dix premiers fournisseurs de chemises, pulls et T-shirts de la CEE
Industry Focus. #15. May-June. p. 39-42.

Periodical articleGhosh, P. (1994)
La presénce économique Française à Maurice
Industry Focus. #15. May-June. p. 4-9.

Periodical articleVan Leeuwen, J.H. (1994)
L'Afrique peut être compétitive
Industry Focus. #16. July-August. p. 44-48.

Periodical articleBaylies, Carolyn L. and Wright, Caroline (1993)
See this documentFemale Labour in the Textile and Clothing Industry of Lesotho
Abstract presentAfrican Affairs: The Journal of the Royal African Society. Volume 92 #369. October. p. 577-591.

Periodical articleImada, K. and Abeta, S. and Yoshida, T. (1993)
Dyeing: right first time
Industry Focus. #7. June. p. 11-14.

Periodical articleLinden, E. van der (1993)
Karakul industry: crawling into the future
Namibia Review. Volume 2 #6. September. p. 20-23.

Periodical articleZwane, P.E. and Stufflebeam, T. (1993)
Problems experienced by secondary school teachers in teaching clothing and textiles
UNISWA Journal of Agriculture. Volume 2. p. 55-63.

Periodical articleManuel, F. (1992)
Têxteis, para o campo a viagem adiada
Tempo. #1108. 12 de jan.. p. 4-9.

Periodical articleWitz, Leslie (1988)
See this documentSeparation for Unity: The Garment Workers Union and the South African Clothing Union 1928 to 1936
Abstract presentSocial Dynamics. Volume 14 #1. June. p. 34-45.

Periodical articleAyina, Egbomi (1987)
See this documentPagnes et politique
Abstract presentPolitique africaine. #27. p. 47-54.

Periodical articleNawej Kataj (1987)
Pour une politique d'autosuffisance vestimentaire au zaire
Abstract presentZaïre-Afrique: économie, culture, vie sociale. Volume 27 #219. p. 531-549.

Periodical articleKaplan, David (1984)
New technology in the Garment industry
Abstract presentSouth African Labour Bulletin. Volume 10 #7. p. 75-96.

Periodical articleBrink, E. (1983)
Plays, poetry and production: the literature of the garment workers
Abstract presentSouth African Labour Bulletin. Volume 9 #8. p. 32-53.

Periodical articleNicol, Martin (1983)
See this documentRiches from Rags: Bosses and Unions in the Cape Clothing Industry, 1926-1937
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 9 #2. April. p. 239-257.

Periodical articleHoppers, Wim (1982)
Towards a Differentiation of Small-Scale Industry: An Example from Lusaka
Abstract presentAfrican Social Research. #33. June. p. 175-185.

Periodical articleChuta, Enyinna (1979)
Techniques of Production, Efficiency, and Profitability in the Sierra Leone Clothing Industry
Abstract presentRural Africana. #6. Winter. p. 15-24.

Periodical articleEmdon, Erica (1977)
The planning act and the Transvaal cothing industry
Abstract presentSouth African Labour Bulletin. Volume 3 #5. p. 59-64.

Periodical articleBottomley, Anthony (1975)
Garment making in a low-wage nation: the case of Ethiopia
Abstract presentEconomic Bulletin for Africa - ECA. Volume 11 #1. p. 1-11.

Periodical articleAnonymous (1971)
L'industrie de la confection au Maroc
Abstract presentRevue de géographie du Maroc. #20. p. 134-136.

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