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Eking out a living : the livelihood implications of urban space regulation on street hawking in Accra, Ghana

@inproceedings{Adaawen2012EkingOA,
  title={Eking out a living : the livelihood implications of urban space regulation on street hawking in Accra, Ghana},
  author={Stephen A. Adaawen},
  year={2012}
}
Street hawking as a source of livelihood across the developing world has often raised a lot of concerns regarding hygiene, slum, crime, health, human and vehicular congestion from governments, city authorities and other actors. These concerns noted have necessitated a decongestion and relocation of hawkers to a constructed market in Accra, Ghana. Based on field interviews with hawkers, metropolitan authorities and the public, it is shown that the relocation of the hawkers to the newly… Expand
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