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Kitchen capitalism: Microenterprise in low-income householdsM. S. Sherraden, C. K. Sanders and M. Sherraden (2004)More...
Host/guest encounters in the commercial homeM. Di Domenico and P. A. Lynch (2007)More...
The importance of housing and neighbourhood resources for urban microbusinessesDarja Reuschke & Donald Houston (2016)More...
Home is where the business is: Incidents in everyday life and the formation of home-based businessesT. Vorley and P. Rodgers (2014)More...
The household as an economic unit in Arctic aboriginal communities, and its measurement by means of a comprehensive surveyP. J. Usher, G. Duhaime and E. Searles (2003)More...
The contribution of small enterprises to household and national income in KenyaL. Daniels and D. C. Mead (1998)More...
Returns to Micro-Entrepreneurship in an Emerging Economy: A Quantile Study of Entrepreneurial Indonesian Households’ WelfareV. Vial and J. Hanoteau (2015)More...
A plague upon their houses: Revelations of the foot and mouth disease epidemic for business householdsK. Bennett and J. Phillipson (2004)More...
A capabilities approach to sustainable household livelihoodsE. Oughton and J. Wheelock (2003)More...
A classification exercise of the relationship between work and familyP. Romn-Reyes (2013)More...
Dependency or self-reliance? The contradictory case of work in UK small business familiesJ. Wheelock and S. Baines (1998)More...
Microenterprise and children – what are the intra-household impacts of income-generating programmes?G. Peace and D. Hulme (1994)More...
Understanding the characteristics of family owned tourism micro businesses in mountain destinations in developing countries: Evidence from NigeriaM. B. Banki and H. N. Ismail (2015)More...
Working for each other: Gender, the household and micro-business survival and growthS. Baines and J. Wheelock (1998)More...