Concluding reflections

Lone Riisgaard, Winnie Mitullah, Nina Torm

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Abstract

The concluding chapter offers overall reflections on the research questions and highlights our contributions to the literature and ongoing discussions around social protection (SP) and informal workers. The chapter starts by teasing out key findings emerging from the comparison between the SP models conceptualized and implemented ‘from above’ by public authorities with the models implemented ‘from below’ by workers’ own collective associations. This is followed by reflections on the power resources available to informal workers associations and the applicability of using the Power Resource Approach to analyse these. Finally, the chapter discusses how the findings in the book point to a need for expanding the SP agenda in several ways including suggestions of areas for further research.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSocial Protection and Informal Workers in Sub-Saharan Africa : Lived Realities and Associational Experiences from Tanzania and Kenya
EditorsLone Riisgaard, Winnie V. Mitullah, Nina Torm
Number of pages13
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherRoutledge
Publication date2022
Edition1
Pages240-252
Chapter11
ISBN (Print)9781032003283, 9781032003290
ISBN (Electronic)9781003173694
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2022
SeriesThe Dynamics of Economic Space

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