Related Publications listed by

Theme: Informal Economy & WIEGO
Occupational Group(s): Garment Workers ; Other Groups
Barrientos, Stephanie. .  "'Labour Chains': Analysing the Role of Labour Contractors in Global Production Networks."  Brooks World Poverty Institute Working Papers,  Vol. 153,
Chen, Martha. .  Self Employed Women : A Profile of SEWA's Membership.  Self-Employed Women's Association.
Dunaway, Wilma A.. .  "Bringing Commodity Chain Analysis Back to its World Systems Roots: Rediscovering Women’s Work and Households."  Journal of World Systems Research,  Vol. 20,  Issue No. 1.
Ghani, Ejaz, William R. Kerr and Alex Segura. .  Informal Tradables and the Employment Growth of Indian Manufacturing.  The World Bank.
Heintz, James. .  Human Development and Clothing Manufacturing in Cambodia: Challenges and Strategies for the Garment Industry.  Political Economy Research Institute.
.  "Homework and industrial development: Gender roles and restructuring in the Spanish shoe industry."  World Development,  Vol. 17,  Issue No. 2.
ITUC, . .  Scandal: Inside the global supply chains of 50 top companies.  International Trade Union Confederation.
Kabeer, Naila and Simeen Mahmud. .  "Rags, Riches and Women Workers: Export-oriented Garment Manufacturing in Bangladesh."  in Commonwealth Secretariat, ed.  Chains of Fortune: Linking Women Producers and Workers with Global Markets.  London:  Commonwealth Secretariat.
Marshall, Shelley. .  Living Wage: Regulatory Pathways to Living Wages for Precarious and Informal Workers in Global Supply Chains.  ebook:  Oxford Labour Law.
Mosoetsa, Sarah. .  "The Manchester Road: Women and the Informalization of Work in South Africa’s Footwear Industry."  Labour, Capital and Society,  Vol. 34,  Issue No. 2.