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
“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
REDI3x3 Working Paper 5, Research Project on Employment, Income Distribution …, 2014
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
AJE Charman, LM Petersen, T Govender
South African Geographical Journal 96 (1), 31-49, 2014
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
CM Petersen
US Patent App. 29/476,942, 2016
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
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
Spaza shops in Delft: The changing face of township entrepreneurship
A Charman, L Petersen, L Piper
African Centre for Citizenship and Democracy, University of the Western Cape, 2011
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
Informal Economy Study: trade component. Micro economic development strategy
A Charman, L Petersen
Cape Town: Provincial Government of Western Cape, 2007
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
Cape Town’s trade in wild medicines: ecological threat or essential livelihood resource?
L Petersen
Sustainable Livelihoods Foundation, 2014
The inconvenient truth about the Western Cape liquor Act
A Charman, L Petersen
Cape Town: Sustainable Livelihoods Foundation, 2010
Traditional medicine
U Payyappallimana, M Subramanian, A Timoshyna, B Graz, D Leaman, ...
Connecting Global Priorities: biodiversity and human health, 180-199, 2015
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