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Theme: Informal Economy & WIEGO
Occupational Group(s): Garment Workers
Absar, S. S.. .  "Health Hazards and Labour Laws in Bangladesh: A Narrative-based Study on Women Garment Workers."  Asian Journal of Social Science,  Vol. 31,  Issue No. 3.
Ahn, Pong-Sul. .  "Organising as a catalyst for promoting decent work in the informal economy in South Asia."  The Indian Journal of Labour Economics,  Vol. 51,  Issue No. 4.
Andrae, Gunilla and Björn Beckman. .  "Alliances across the formal-informal divide: South African debates and Nigerian experiences."  in Ilda Lindell, ed.  Africa's Informal Workers. Collective Agency, Alliances and Transnational Organizing in Urban Africa.  London:  Zed Books.
Ang, Debra, Drusilla Brown, Rajeev Dehejia and Raymond Robertson. .  "Public Disclosure, Reputation Sensitivity, and Labor Law Compliance: Evidence from Better Factories Cambodia."  Review of Development Economics,  Vol. 16,  Issue No. 4.
Anner, Mark. .  "The Impact of International Outsourcing on Unionization and Wages: Evidence from the Apparel Export Sector in Central America."  Industrial and Labor Relations Review,  Vol. 64,  Issue No. 2.
Ascoly, Nina, ed and Chantal Finney, ed. .  Made by Women: Gender, the Global Garment Industry and the Movement for Women Workers' Rights.  Clean Clothes Campaign.
Barkat, A., S. N. Ahmed, A.K.M. Maksud and M.A. Ali. .  The Cost for Women Workers of Precarious Employment in Bangladesh.  Human Development Research Centre: Oxfam GB.
Barrientos, Stephanie. .  "'Labour Chains': Analysing the Role of Labour Contractors in Global Production Networks."  Brooks World Poverty Institute Working Papers,  Vol. 153,
Bennett, Mark. .  Organizing in the Informal Economy: A Case Study of the Clothing Industry in South Africa.  International Labour Office.
Bhattacharya, Debapriya and Mustafizur Rahman. .  "Female employment under export-propelled industrialization: Prospects for internalizing global opportuninites in the apparel sector in Bangladesh."  in Carol Miller and Jessica Vivian.  Women's Employment in the Textile Manufacturing Sectors of Bangladesh and Morocco.  Geneva:  UNRISD.