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Theme: Informal Economy & WIEGO
Occupational Group(s): Home-Based Workers
Tate, Jane. .  Every Pair Tells a Story: Report on a Survey of Homeworking and Subcontracting Chains in Six Countries of the European Union.  National Group on Homeworking.
Tewari, Meenu. .  Extending Labor Standards to Informal Workers at the Base of Global Garment Value Chains: New Institutions in the Labor Market.
Timmerman, Kelsey. .  Where Am I Wearing?.  Hoboken:  Wiley & Sons, Inc..
Tomei, Manuela. .  Home Work in Selected Latin American Countries: A Comparative View.  ILO.
Unni, Jeemol and Uma Rani. .  Home Based Work in India: A Disappearing Continuum of Dependence?.
Unni, Jeemol, Namrata Bali and Jignasa Vyas. .  Subcontracted Women Workers in the Global Economy: Case of Garment Industry in India.  Gujarat Institute of Development Studies and SEWA.
Unni, Jeemol. .  Urban Informal Sector: Size and Income Generation Processes in Gujarat. Parts I and II.  National Council of Applied Economic Research.
von Broembsen, Marlese, Jenna Harvey and Martha A. Chen. .  Realizing Rights for Homeworkers: An Analysis of Governance Mechanisms. CCDP 2019-004, March 2019.  Carr Centre for Human Rights Policy, Harvard Kennedy School.
Vryenhoek, Leslie. 2013-09-09T00:00:00.  Small World, Big Goals.  A Home-Based Garment Worker in Delhi,
Wardlaw, Kerry and Jennifer Curtin. .  "Outworkers and Precarity: The Case of Victorian Clothing Workers."  Just Policy: A Journal of Australian Social Policy,  Vol. 37,