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Theme: Informal Economy & WIEGO
Occupational Group(s): Home-Based Workers
Jones, Elaine, Sally Smith and Carol Wills. .  "Women Producers and the Benefits of Collective Forms of Enterprise."  Gender and Development,  Vol. 20,  Issue No. 1.
Kantor, Paula. .  Estimating the Number and Economic Contribution of Home-Based Garment Producers in Ahmedabad.  National Council of Applied Economic Research.
Kawakami, Tsuyoshi. .  Good Practices in Safety, Health and Working Conditions: Home workers, farmers, construction workers in Cambodia, Mongolia, and Thailand.  International Labour Office.
Khan, Rafi, Saba Gul Khattak and Sajit Kazmi. .  "Hazardous Subcontracted Home Work in Pakistan."  in Santosh Mehrotra, ed and Mario Biggeri, ed.  Asian Informal Workers: Global Risks, Local Protection.  London and New York:  Routledge, Routledge Studies in the Growth Economies of Asia.
Khattak, Saba Gul. .  "Subcontracted Work and Gender Relations: The Case of Pakistan."  in Radhika Balakrishnan.  The Hidden Assembly Line: Gender Dynamics of subcontracted Work in a Global Economy.  Bloomfield, CT:  Kumarian Press.
Lin, Lin Leam. .  Employment Relationships and Working Conditions in an IKEA Rattan Supply Chain.  International Labour Organization (ILO).
Lui, Tai-Lok. .  Waged Work at Home: The Social Organization of Industrial Outwork in Hong Kong.  London:  Avebury.
Lund, Francie, ed and Jillian Nicholson, ed. .  Chains of Production, Ladders of Protection: Social Protection for Workers in the Informal Economy.  Durban:  School of Development Studies.
Lund, Francie. .  "Hierarchies of Care Work in South Africa: Nurses, Social Workers and Home-based Care Workers."  International Labour Review,  Vol. 149,  Issue No. 4.
Mahadevia, Darshini, Aseem Mishra and Suchita Vyas. 2014-04-01T00:00:00.  City Report - Informal Economy Monitoring Study: Home-Based Workers in Ahmedabad, India.