Publications


Ghore, Y. (2012). Globalization and access to food: An analysis of challenges and strategies for smallholder farmers in India. In R.S. Stewart & S.A. Karol (Eds.), Food for Thought: A multidisciplinary discussion. Sydney: CBU Press. Purchase Information.

Ghore, Y. & Mathie, A. (2012). Emerging models of cooperative-private sector partnerships: Examples from Kenya, Ghana and Tanzania. Presented at “Managing the Cooperative Difference” Conference, Moncton 2012.

Jones, L. (2012). Discussion paper for an M4P WEE Framework: How can the Making Markets Work for the Poor Framework work for poor women and for poor men? Durham, UK: Springfield Centre for Business in Development.

Cunningham, G. (2011). Community economic literacy and the 'Leaky Bucket'. Occasional paper #9. Download. (2 Mb pdf)

Jones, L. (2011). Value chains in development. Rugby, UK: Practical Action Publishing.

Mathie, A., & Ghore, Y. (2011). Innovative types of formal member-based organizations (MBOs): Interpreting the trends. Presented at the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research Meetings, June 1-3, Fredericton, NB. Download. (611K pdf).

Mathie, A., & Ghore, Y. (2011). Innovative types of formal member-based organizations (MBOs): Towards an analysis of trends and a guide to MBO potential. Technical report to the International Development Research Centre. Download. (1.26 Mb pdf)

Misra, R.S. (2009, Draft). ITC Choupal Fresh: A case in pro poor value chains. In M. Harper (Ed.), Inclusive value chains in India: Linking the smallest producers to modern markets. Singapore: World Scientific. Purchase Information. Draft. (371K pdf)

Lee, N. (Ed.). (2008). Reaching the hard to reach: Comparative study of member-owned financial institutions in remote rural areas. Link.

SEWA Bank/Coady International Institute/Freedom from Hunger. (2003). Financial education for SEWA bank members: A facilitator's guide. Ahmedabad, India. Download. (1.75 Mb pdf)

Mathie, A. (2001). Including the excluded: Lessons learned from the poverty targeting strategies used by micro-finance providers. Occasional Paper #2. Download. (490K pdf)