Strengthening Local Economies: 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.

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 no. 9). Coady Institute. Download. (2 Mb pdf)

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

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 CentreDownload. (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 InformationDraft. (371K pdf)

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

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 no. 2). Coady Institute. Download. (490K pdf)