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Theme: Informal Economy & WIEGO
 "A Proposal to Prevent Offshoring: An Analysis of the Latest Anti-Offshoring Proposals ."  Journal of International Business & Law,  Vol. 11,  Issue No. 4.
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.
Abzug, Rikki. .  "The Non-profit Sector and the Informal Sector: A Theoretical Perspective."  Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Non-profit Organizations,  Vol. 10,  Issue No. 2.
Acar, Elif Oznur and Aysit Tansel. .  Defining and Measuring Informality: The Case of Turkish Labor Market.
Achankeng, Eric. .  Globalization, Urbanization and Municipal Solid Waste Management in Africa.
Acharya, Arnab, Sukumar Vellakkal, Fiona Taylor, Edoardo Masset, Ambika Satija, Margaret Burke and Shah Ebrahim. .  Impact of national health insurance for the poor and the informal sector in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review.  EPPI-Centre, Social Science Research Unit, Institute of Education, University of London.
Acharya, Arnab, Sukumar Vellakkal, Fiona Taylor, Edoardo Masset, Ambika Satija, Margaret Burke and Shah Ebrahim. .  The Impact of Health Insurance Schemes for the Informal Sector in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Systematic Review.  World Bank Development Economics Research Support Unit.
Acharya, Arnab, Sukumar Vellakkal, Fiona Taylor, Edoardo Masset, Ambika Satija, Margaret Burke and Shah Ebrahim. .  The Impact of Health Insurance Schemes for the Informal Sector in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Systematic Review.  The World Bank - Development Economics Vice Presidency.
Adaawen, Stephen A. and Stig H. Jorgensen. .  "Eking out a living: the livelihood implications of urban space regulation on street hawking in Accra, Ghana."  African Review of Economics and Finance,  Vol. 3,  Issue No. 2.
Adams, Arvil V., Sara Johansson de Silva and Setareh Razmara. .  Improving Skills Development in the Informal Sector.  Washington, D.C.:  International Bank for Reconstruction and Development and The World Bank.