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Theme: Informal Economy & WIEGO
Occupational Group(s): Home-Based Workers
Paul GD, Bino, Ashutosh B. Murti and Garima Singh. .  A Study on Socio-Economic Conditions of Home Based Workers in the Textile and Garment Industry in North India.  Labour Market Research Facility (LMRF) - Tata Institute of Social Sciences.
Pearson, Ruth. .  "Organising home-based workers in the global economy: an action-research approach."  Development in Practice,  Vol. 14,  Issue No. 1-2.
Prugl, E.. .  "Women and Homework."  in Nelly Stromquist, ed.  Women in the Third World: An Encyclopedia of Contemporary Issues.  New York:  Garland Publishing.
Prügl, Elisabeth. .  The Global Construction of Gender: Home-Based Work in the Political Economy of the 20th Century.  New York:  Columbia University Press.
Raju, Saraswati. .  "The Material and the Symbolic: Intersectionalities of Home-Based Work in India."  Economic and Political Weekly,  Vol. 48,  Issue No. 1.
Rani, Uma and Jeemol Unni. .  "Do Economic Reforms Influence Home-Based Work? Evidence From India."  Feminist Economics,  Vol. 15,  Issue No. 3.
Raveendran, G. .  Estimating Domestic Workers, Home-Based Workers, Street Vendors and Waste Pickers in India.
Raveendran, Govindan, Ratna M. Sudarshan and Joann Vanek. 2013-12-01T00:00:00.  Home-Based Workers in India: Statistics and Trends.  WIEGO Statistical Brief No. 10,
Raveendran, Govindan and Joann Vanek. 2013-12-01T00:00:00.  Statistics on Home-Based Workers in Nepal.  WIEGO Statistical Brief No. 11,
Raworth, Kate and Claire Harvey. .  Trading Away Our Rights: Women Working in Global Supply Chains.  Oxfam International.