Resource Documents

 

WIEGO Resource Documents are part of the WIEGO Publication Series. They include WIEGO-generated literature reviews, annotated bibliographies, and papers reflecting the findings from new empirical work. They provide detail to support advocacy, policy or research on specific issues.

 

Resources

Resource Document No. 1

James Duminy. 2011.
Literature Survey: Informality and Planning 
WIEGO Resource Document No. 1

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Resource Document No. 2

James Duminy and updated by Thembi Luckett. 2012.
Literature Survey: Mega-Events and the Working Poor, with a Special Reference to the 2010 FIFA World Cup
WIEGO Resource Document No. 2

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Resource Document No. 3

Laura Alfers. 2015.
Annotated Bibliography: Child Care and the Informal Economy
WIEGO Resource Document No. 3

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Resource Document No. 4

Laura Alfers. 2015.
Literature Survey: Childcare and the Informal Economy
WIEGO Resource Document No. 4

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WIEGO Resource Document No. 5

Debbie Budlender. 2015.
Institutional Mapping of Child Care Actors
WIEGO Resource Document No. 5

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Resource Document No. 6

Nana Akua Anyidoho and William F. Steel. 2016.
Perceptions of Costs and Benefits of Informal-Formal Linkages: Market and Street Vendors in Accra, Ghana
WIEGO Resource Document No. 6

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WIEGO Resource Document No. 7

Aisha Nansamba. 2017.
Informal Economy Budget Analysis: Greater Monrovia
WIEGO Resource Document No. 7

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WIEGO Resource Document No. 8

Pamhidzai H. Bamu-Chipunza. 2018.
Promoting Decent Work for Domestic Workers: Lessons From Five Countries
WIEGO Resource Document No. 8

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WIEGO Resource Document No. 9

Jorge Carrillo-Rodriguez and Sarah Orleans Reed. 2018.
If Street Food Disappears — Projecting the Cost for Consumers in Bangkok
WIEGO Resource Document No. 9
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WIEGO Resource Document No. 10

Horn, Pat. 2018.
Street Vendor Licensing and Permits — Reflections from StreetNet International
WIEGO Resource Document No. 10
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WIEGO Resource Document 11

Harvey, Jenna. 2019.
Homeworkers in Global Supply Chains: A Review of Literature

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