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Martha Chen
Lecturer in Public Policy
phone: (617)495-0797
Academic Journal/Scholarly Articles
Urban Livelihoods: Reviewing the Evidence in Support of the New Urban Agenda
Chen, Martha, Sally Roever, and Caroline Skinner. "Urban Livelihoods: Reviewing the Evidence in Support of the New Urban Agenda." Environment and Urbanization Brief No. 34 (November 2016).

Publication Categorized as: Economic Growth, Urban Planning and Politics, Poverty and Inequality, Inequality
Editorial: Urban Livelihoods: Reframing Theory and Policy
Chen, Martha, Sally Roever, and Caroline Skinner. "Editorial: Urban Livelihoods: Reframing Theory and Policy." Environment and Urbanization 28.2 (September 2016): 1-12.

Publication Categorized as: Economic Growth, Poverty and Inequality, Inequality
Home-Based Workers and Cities
Chen, Martha and Shalini Sinha. "Home-Based Workers and Cities." Environment and Urbanization 28.2 (September 2016): 343-358.

Publication Categorized as: Economic Growth, Poverty and Inequality, Inequality, Poverty
Technology, Informal Workers and Cities: Insights from Ahmedabad (India), Durban (South Africa) and Lima (Peru)
Chen, Martha. "Technology, Informal Workers and Cities: Insights from Ahmedabad (India), Durban (South Africa) and Lima (Peru)." Environment and Urbanization 28.2 (September 2016): 405-422.

Publication Categorized as: Science and Technology, Urban Planning and Politics, Poverty and Inequality, Poverty, Innovation
The Informal Economy: Recent Trends, Future Directions
Chen, Martha. "The Informal Economy: Recent Trends, Future Directions." New Solutions 26 (August 2016): 2.

Publication Categorized as: Urban Planning and Politics, Labor Economics, Poverty and Inequality, Inequality, Poverty
Research Papers/Reports
Expanding the Economic Potential of Women Informal Workers
Chen, Martha. "Expanding the Economic Potential of Women Informal Workers." Secretariat, UN Secretary General’s High-Level Panel on Women’s Economic Empowerment, December 2016.

Publication Categorized as: Economic Growth, Labor Economics, Poverty and Inequality, Financial Inclusion, Inequality, Poverty
Eliminating Legal Barriers from the Perspective of the Informal Economy
von Broembsen, Marlese, and Martha Chen. "Eliminating Legal Barriers from the Perspective of the Informal Economy." Secretariat, UN Secretary-General’s High-Level Panel on Women’s Economic Empowerment, September 2016.

Publication Categorized as: Economic Growth, Labor Economics, Poverty and Inequality, Financial Inclusion, Civil Rights, Inequality
Leave No One Behind: A Call to Action for Gender Equality and Women's Economic Empowerment
Klugman, Jeni, Laura Tyson, and Panel and Deputy Panel Members of UN High Level Panel on Women's Economic Empowerment (including Martha Chen). "Leave No One Behind: A Call to Action for Gender Equality and Women's Economic Empowerment." Secretariat, UN Secretary-General’s High-Level Panel on Women’s Economic Empowerment, September 2016.

Publication Categorized as: Economic Growth, Labor Economics, Poverty and Inequality, Financial Inclusion, Financial Inclusion
The Urban Informal Economy: Towards More Inclusive Cities
Chen, Martha. "The Urban Informal Economy: Towards More Inclusive Cities." Urbanet, August 2016.

Publication Categorized as: Economic Growth, Poverty and Inequality, Financial Inclusion, Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Class

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