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Periodical articleLalampaa, L.N. (2011)
Economic impact of relocating hawkers from Nairobi central business district to the new Ngara market
International Journal of Professional Practice. Volume 2 #2. April-June. p. 149-174.

Periodical articleArosanyin, G.T. (2010)
See this publicationEarnings from commercial motorcycle operations in Ilorin, Nigeria: a study on determinants
Ghana Journal of Development Studies. Volume 7 #2. October. p. 77-95.

Periodical articleArosanyin, G.T. and Ijaiya, G.T. and Oludoyi, S. and Ajayi, M.A. and Ipingbemi, O. (2009)
See this publicationGovernment assistance for informal sector enterprises in Nigeria: a case study of tire repair service in Ilorin, Kwara State
Ghana Journal of Development Studies. Volume 6 #2. October. p. 99-122.

Periodical articleOkinda, T.I. and Dwoya, N.S. (2009)
The role of information and communication technology in the provision of business information to women traders in the informal sector: a case study of Nairobi Westlands Masai market
East African Journal of Information Sciences. Volume 2 #2. p. 81-94.

Periodical articleOnyango, W. (2009)
The design and production process of jua kali furniture in Kenya 'art or chaos'
Africa Habitat Review Journal. Volume 3 #3. October. p. 205-213.

Periodical articleMorolong, B.L. (2008)
Challenging non formal education to meet its end of the bargain for women in the informal sector
Mosenodi. Volume 16 #1. p. 27-39.

Periodical articleObasi, Isaac N. and Motshegwa, Baakile and Mfundisi, A. (2008)
See this publicationThe State, globalization and the survival of the urban informal sector in Botswana: the challenge of public policy
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 33 #3. p. 55-79.

Periodical articleAdjei, F.G. (2007)
Building the human resource capacity of informal sector workers in Ghana: experience from Koforidua Mechanics Institute
Ghana Journal of Literacy and Adult Education. Volume 3 #2. July. p. 89-98.

Periodical articleAkoten, J.E. (2007)
Profits and poverty reductions through informal sector self employment: evidence from Kenya
Perspectives (Nairobi, Kenya). Volume 1 [3rd ser.] #2. January. p. 53-68.

Periodical articleAnonymous (2007)
The downside of informal trading - evictions
Habitat Debate. Volume 13 #2. June. p. 7.

Periodical articleChen, M. (2007)
Inclusive urban planning
Habitat Debate. Volume 13 #2. June. p. 6.

Periodical articleChirisa, I. (2007)
Post-2005 Harare: a case of the informal sector and street vending resilience: what options do key actors have?
Local Governance and Development Journal. Volume 1 #1. June. p. 53-64.

Periodical articleMitullah, W.V. (2007)
Informality: the bedrock of African cities
Habitat Debate. Volume 13 #2. June. p. 10.

Periodical articleNeto, F. and Ha, Y. and Weliwita, A. (2007)
The urban informal economy: new policy approaches
Habitat Debate. Volume 13 #2. June. p. 4-5.

Periodical articleOkunlola, P. (2007)
The informal economy in Lagos, Nigeria
Habitat Debate. Volume 13 #2. June. p. 12.

Periodical articleSafari, P.S. (2007)
Problems of retirees in the informal sector and the role of the Institute of Adult Education
Journal of Adult Education, Tanzania. #15. June. p. 109-128.

Periodical articleSkinner, C. and Dobson, R. (2007)
Bringing the informal economy into urban plans: a look at Warwick Junction, South Africa
Habitat Debate. Volume 13 #2. June. p. 11.

Periodical articleWeliwita, A. and Ha, Y. and Kiwala, L. (2007)
Women eking out a living in Nairobi's informal economy
Habitat Debate. Volume 13 #2. June. p. 20.

Periodical articleYankson, Paul W.K. (2007)
Street trading and environmental management in Central Accra: decentralisation and metropolitan governance in Ghana
Abstract presentResearch Review. Volume 23 #1. p. 37-55.

Periodical articleDada, J.O. (2006)
Harnessing the potentials of the informal sector for sustainable development: lessons from Nigeria
African Journal of Public Administration and Management. Volume 17 #2. July. p. 44-53.

Periodical articleNg'umbi, M.W. (2006)
Policies and practices on training in the informal sector in Tanzania
Journal of Issues and Practice in Education. Volume 1 #2. December. p. 128-142.

Periodical articlePranger, Ingrid (2006)
Informality, poverty and survival: evidence from two cities in southern Africa
Abstract presentJournal of Social Development in Africa. Volume 21 #2. p. 31-56.

Periodical articleJimu, Ignasio Malizani (2005)
See this publicationNegotiated Economic Opportunity and Power: Perspectives and Perceptions of Street Vending in Urban Malawi
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 30 #4. p. 35-51.

Periodical articleLiheta, B.S.A. (2005)
Household savings in rural Tanzania: a study of Dodoma and Morogoro Regions
Journal of Co-operative and Business Studies. Volume 1. p. 80-112.

Periodical articleRongo, L.M.B. (2005)
Health risk related to chemicals used in small scale industries in the informal sector in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
East African Journal of Public Health. Volume 2 #2. October. p. 12-17.

Periodical articleRongo, L.M.B. and Leon, B. (2005)
Qualitative method for assessing dust exposure in small-scale wood industries in the informal sector
East African Journal of Public Health. Volume 2 #1. April. p. 32-38.

Periodical articleRongo, L.M.B. and De Haan, S. and Msamanga, G.I. and Dolmans, W.M.V. and Van Naerssen, T. and Heederik, D. (2005)
Felt occupational and environmental health hazards among workers in small-scale industries in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania: focus group discussion study
East African Journal of Public Health. Volume 2 #1. April. p. 21-26.

Periodical articleSanga, E.E. and Malunde, C.M. (2005)
Analysis of the factors contributing to the success of traditional savings and credit groups (Ifogong'ho): the case of Maswa District--Shinyanga Region
Journal of Co-operative and Business Studies. Volume 1. p. 46-79.

Periodical articleIjaiya, Gafar T. and Umar, Chika A. (2004)
See this publicationThe Informal and Formal Sector Inter-Linkages and the Incidence of Poverty in Nigeria: A Case Study of Ilorin Metropolis
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 29 #3. p. 84-102.

Periodical articleMulindwa, Innocent N. and Ntozi, James P.M. (2004)
See this publicationMothers 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.

Periodical articleMusarandega, R. and Mangombe, H. (2004)
Relative income contribution and poverty status of men and women in households dependent on informal economic activity
Geographical Journal of Zimbabwe. #35-36. December-Dec. 2005. p. 46-57.

Periodical articleMwamba, N.E. (2004)
Extension of social security in the informal sector in Tanzania
Tanzanian Economic Trends. Volume 17 #1. June. p. 27-44.

Periodical articleNdanshau, M.O.A. (2004)
Informal credit in Tanzania: evidence from a case study in Northern Tanzania
Utafiti. Volume 5 #2. December. p. 109-124.

Periodical articlePereira-Lunghu, J.M. and Goka, R.A. (2002)
Micro enterprises performance in the rural non-farm sector in Ghana
Botswana Journal of Business. Volume 1 #1. March. p. 27-39.

Periodical articleTassew W. and Oskam, A. (2000)
Off-farm employment and income inequality: the implication for poverty reduction strategy
Ethiopian Journal of Economics. Volume 9 #1. April. p. 40-57.

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