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Approaches to understanding the position of women workers in the informal sectorT. D. Wilson (1998)More...
Informal credit markets in support of microbusinessA. G. Chandavarkar (1989)More...
Small businesses and the community: Their role and importance within a state’s economyG. Muske, M. Woods, J. Swinney and C. L. Khoo (2007)More...
Heterogeneity in informal sector mitigation of micro-enterprise credit rationingD. W. Mushinski and K. A. Pickering (2007)More...
Building disaster-resilient micro enterprises in the developing worldS. Prasad, H. C. Su, N. Altay and J. Tata (2015)More...
Token salaries and social answers in work relations in AfricaM. Repetti (1999)More...
Formal and informal financial support for small and micro-enterprisesR. Meghir (1991)More...
Small firms and formality: The influence of judicial efficiency and regulation costsJ. B. Nugent and G. Sukiassyan (2009)More...
Informal retailing through home-based micro-enterprises: The role of spaza shopsA. A. Ligthelm (2005)More...
Informality revisitedW. F. Maloney (2004)More...
Leveraging informal lending mechanisms to facilitate technology transfer and microenterprise in developing countriesK. Hansen, J. J. Kim, S. Suffian and K. Mehta (2015)More...
Does formality improve micro-firm performance? Evidence from the Brazilian SIMPLES programP. Fajnzylber, W. F. Maloney and G. V. Montes-Rojas (2011)More...
What determines success? Examining the human, financial, and social capital of Jamaican microentrepreneursB. Honig (1998)More...