Leif Petersen
Leif Petersen
Sustainable Livelihoods Foundation; Geography, Planning and Environmental Management, University of
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From local survivalism to foreign entrepreneurship: the transformation of the spaza sector in Delft, Cape Town
A Charman, L Petersen, L Piper
Transformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa 78 (1), 47-73, 2012
Small area census approach to measure the township informal economy in South Africa
AJE Charman, LM Petersen, LE Piper, R Liedeman, T Legg
Journal of Mixed Methods Research 11 (1), 36-58, 2017
Development of a compendium of local, wild-harvested species used in the informal economy trade, Cape Town, South Africa
LM Petersen, EJ Moll, R Collins, MT Hockings
Ecology and Society 17 (2), 2012
Why are foreign-run spaza shops more successful? The rapidly changing spaza sector in South Africa
R Liedeman, A Charman, L Piper, L Petersen
Sustainable Livelihoods Foundation, 2013
Enforced informalisation: The case of liquor retailers in South Africa
AJE Charman, LM Petersen, L Piper
Development Southern Africa 30 (4-5), 580-595, 2013
The scope and scale of the informal food economy of South African urban residential townships: Results of a small-area micro-enterprise census
LM Petersen, AJE Charman
Development Southern Africa 35 (1), 1-23, 2018
“Bush Doctors and Wild Medicine”: The Scale of Trade in Cape Town's Informal Economy of Wild-Harvested Medicine and Traditional Healing
LM Petersen, AJE Charman, EJ Moll, RJ Collins, MT Hockings
Society & Natural Resources 27 (3), 315-336, 2014
Informal micro-enterprises in a township context: A spatial analysis of business dynamics in five Cape Town localities
A Charman, L Petersen
Fourie and Skinner, South African Informal Sector, 253-84, 2014
Township economy: People, spaces and practices
A Charman, L Petersen, T Govender
HSRC Press, 2020
Trade dynamics in Cape Town township informal foodservice–a qualitative and supply chain study
LM Petersen, AJE Charman, FJ Kroll
Development Southern Africa 35 (1), 70-89, 2018
A transnational space of business: The informal economy of Ivory Park, Johannesburg
A Charman, L Petersen
Mean streets: Migration, xenophobia and informality in South Africa …, 2015
The role of family in the township informal economy of food and drink in KwaMashu, South Africa
L Petersen, A Charman
International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 38 (7-8), 564-577, 2018
Formalising urban informality: micro-enterprise and the regulation of liquor in Cape Town
A Charman, C Herrick, L Petersen
The Journal of Modern African Studies 52 (4), 623-646, 2014
Shebeens as spaces and places of informality, enterprise, drinking and sociability
LM Petersen
South African Geographical Journal= Suid-Afrikaanse Geografiese Tydskrif 96 …, 2014
Perspectives of wild medicine harvesters from Cape Town, South Africa
L Petersen, AM Reid, EJ Moll, MT Hockings
South African Journal of Science 113 (9-10), 1-8, 2017
What Price Cheap Goods? Survivalists, informalists and competition in the township retail grocery trade
L Petersen, C Thorogood, A Charman, A Du Toit
Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies (PLAAS), 2019
Implementing value chain analysis to investigate drivers and sustainability of Cape Town's informal economy of wild-harvested traditional medicine
LM Petersen, EJ Moll, MT Hockings, RJ Collins
Local Environment 20 (9), 1040-1061, 2015
Case study: understanding the local economic impact of the closure of shebeens in the Western Cape as a consequence of the new Western Cape Liquor Act, 2008
LM Petersen, AJE Charman
The Small Business Monitor 6 (1), 102-109, 2010
Spaza shops in Delft: the changing face of township entrepreneurship
A Charman, L Petersen, L Piper
African Centre for Citizenship & Democracy,(ACCEDE), 2011
Cape Town’s trade in wild medicines: ecological threat or essential livelihood resource
L Petersen
Sustainable Livelihoods Foundation: Cape Town, South Africa, 2014
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