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Theme: Informal Economy & WIEGO
Occupational Group(s): Street Vendors
Meneses Reyes, Rodrigo and José A Caballero Juárez. .  "The Right to Work on the Street: Public Space and Constitutional Rights.."  Planning Theory,  Vol. 13,  Issue No. 4.
Middleton, Alan. .  "Informal Traders and Planners in the Regeneration of Historic City Centres: The Case of Quito, Ecuador."  Progress in Planning,  Vol. 59,  Issue No. 2.
Middleton, Alan. .  Informal Traders and Planners in the Regeneration of Historic City Centres: The Case of Quito, Ecuador.  Progress in Planning.
Milgram, B. Lynne. .  "Reconfiguring Space, Mobilizing Livelihood: Street Vending, Legality, and Work in the Philippines."  Journal of Developing Societies,  Vol. 27,  Issue No. 3-4.
Minoia, GIulia, Wamiqullah Mumtaz and Adam Pain. .  "Peeling the Onion: Social Regulation of the Onion Market, Nangarhar, Afghanistan."  Economic and Political Weekly,  Vol. 50,  Issue No. 9.
Mitullah, Winnie. .  A Review of Street Trade in Africa.
Mitullah, Winnie. .  Street Trade in Kenya: The Contribution of Research in Policy Dialogue and Response.
Mitullah, Winnie. .  Street Vending in African Cities: A Synthesis of Empirical Findings from Kenya, Cote D'Ivoire, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Uganda and South Africa.
Mitullah, Winnie V.. .  "Informal workers in Kenya and transnational organizing: Networking and leveraging resources."  in Ilda Lindell, ed.  Africa's Informal Workers. Collective Agency, Alliances and Transnational Organizing in Urban Africa.  London:  Zed Books.
Mkhize, Sibongile, Godwin Dube and Caroline Skinner. 2013-12-01T00:00:00.  City Report - Informal Economy Monitoring Study: Street Vendors in Durban, South Africa.