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Theme: Informal Economy & WIEGO
Program(s): Global Trade
Occupational Group(s): Home-Based Workers
Bajaj, Manjul. .  Invisible Workers, Visible Contribution. A Study of Home Based Workers in Five Sectors across South Asia.
Carr, Marilyn, Martha Chen and Jane Tate. .  "Globalization and Homebased Workers."  Feminist Economics,  Vol. 6,  Issue No. 3.
Chen, Martha Alter, Jennefer Sebstad and Lesley O'Connell. .  "Counting the Invisible Workforce: The Case of Homebased Workers."  World Development,  Vol. 27,  Issue No. 3.
HomeNet Thailand. .  Impact of Economic Crisis on Homeworkers in Thailand.
Jhabvala, Renana and Jane Tate. .  Out of the Shadows: Homebased Workers Organize for International Recognition.
Jones, Elaine, Carol Wills and Leslie Vryenhoek, ed. .  Building Capacity for Change: Developing Women’s Leadership and Business Skills.  WIEGO.
Jones, Elaine, Sally Smith and Carol Wills. .  Trading Our Way Up: Women Organizing for Fair Trade.  Cambridge, MA, USA:  WIEGO.
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.
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.
Osei-Boateng, Clara. .  The Informal Sector in Ghana.  Labour Research and Policy Institute.