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Informal Economy Topic(s): Poverty, Growth & Crises Linkages
Dubey, Amaresh, Shebhashis Gangopadhyay and Wilima Washwa. .  "Occupational Structure and Incidence of Poverty in Indian Towns of Different Sizes."  Review of Development Economics,  Vol. 5,  Issue No. 1.
El-Mahdi, Alia and Mona Amer. .  "Egypt: growing informality, 1990-2003."  in Tony Avirgan, ed, L. Josh Bivens, ed and Sarah Gammage, ed.  Good Jobs, Bad Jobs, No Jobs: Labor Markets and Informal Work in Egypt, El Salvador, India,Russia, and South Africa.  Washington, D.C.:  Economic Policy Institute.
Esim, Simel. .  Why Earn Less? Gender-based Factors Affecting the Earning of Self-Employed Women in Turkey.
Estrin, Saul and Tomasz Mickiewicz. .  Shadow Economy and Entrepreneurial Entry.  Institute for the Study of Labor.
Fasanya, Ismail O. and Adegbemi B.O. Onakoya. .  Informal Sector and Employment Generation in Nigeria: An Error Correction Model.  Research on Humanities and Social Sciences.
Fichter, Michael, Markus Helfen and Jörg Sydow. .  "Regulating Labor Relations in Global Production Networks: Insights on International Framework Agreements."  Internationale Politik und Gesellschaft (International Politics and Society),  Issue No. 2.
Fox, Louise and Thomas Pave Sohnesen. .  Household Enterprises in Mozambique: Key to Poverty Reduction but Not on the Development Agenda? .  Washington DC:  World Bank.
Fox, Louise and Thomas Pave Sohnesen. .  Household Enterprises in Sub-Saharan Africa: Why They Matter for Growth, Jobs, and Livelihoods.  The World Bank.
Funkhouser, Edward. .  "The Urban Informal Sector in Central America: Household Survey Evidence."  World Development,  Vol. 24,  Issue No. 1.
Gammage, Sarah, Alison Paul, Melany Machado and Manuel Benítez. .  Gender, Migration and Transnational Communities.