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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.; Ijaiya, G.T.; Oludoyi, S.; Ajayi, M.A.; 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.; 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.; Motshegwa, Baakile; 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.; Ha, Y.; 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.; 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.; Ha, Y.; 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.; 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.; De Haan, S.; Msamanga, G.I.; Dolmans, W.M.V.; Van Naerssen, T.; 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.; 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.; 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.; 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.; 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.; 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.; 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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