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Female Entrepreneurship and Informality in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: What Have We Learned So Far?

Published on 11 April 2022

This paper is part of the MUVA Paper Series on female entrepreneurship. Its purpose is to understand female entrepreneurship in the context of informality and the value of formalisation to improve their livelihoods and income in the context of LMICs.

Mozambique-based female economic empowerment social incubator MUVA is used as a case study to show how experiences and knowledge from development projects contribute to debates on female entrepreneurship and informality.

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Quak, E. and Barenboim, I. (2022) Female Entrepreneurship and Informality in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: What Have We Learned So Far?, MUVA Paper Series. Brighton: Institute of Development Studies, DOI: 10.19088/MUVA.2022.001

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Institute of Development Studies
doi
10.19088/MUVA.2022.001
language
English

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