LAURA MARIA AGUSTIN (Open University, Milton Keynes) Making Money Fast: Working in the European Sex Industry.
ALYSON BRODY (IDS, Sussex) Keeping it clean: an exploration of order and controversion in a Bangkok shopping mall.
UDI BUTLER (CIESPI - The International Center for Research on Childhood) Rebellion and structural violence in the experiences and trajectories of youngsters living on the streets of Rio de Janeiro.
TINA COAST (LSE), KATHERINE HOMEWOOD (UCL), MICK THOMPSON AND PIP TRENCH Maasai pastoralists? Livelihoods at the margin.
ALESSANDRO CONTICINI (Manchester University) We are the Kings: Children of Dhaka's Streets
DANIEL COPPARD (University of East Anglia) Labour and Drought: A Social History of Agrarian Relations in a Chottanagpur Village of Eastern India
PARVIZ DABIR-ALAI (Richmond) Measuring vulnerability: A case study of Delhi's street vending communities
SOPHIE DAY (Goldsmiths College, London) and HELEN WARD (Imperial College, London) Temporary or permanent livelihoods at the margins? Sex work in London, 1986-2000.
STAN FRANKLAND (St Andrews) No money, no life: surviving on the streets of Kampala
NANDINI GOOPTU (Queen Elizabeth House, Oxford) Cultural Change, Community Mobilisation And Participatory Development: A Case Study Of Sex Workers In Calcutta, West Bengal, India.
DAVID HULME, BINAYAK SEN AND SHARIFA BEGUM (Manchester) Unsustainable Livelihoods: Rickshaw pullers in Dhaka, Bangladesh
ANNU JALAIS (LSE) Ethical dilemmas surrounding poaching in the Sundarbans.
HOWARD JONES (University of Reading) Finance for Livelihoods at the Margins: Moneylender Credit in a Rajasthan Village
TANIA KAISER (SOAS) 'Moving up and down looking for money': Making a living in a Ugandan Refugee Camp
ELIZABETH KOPEL (Manchester) Informal sector economic activities: From survival to entrepreneurial in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
UMA KOTHARI AND TIM EDENSOR (Manchester) Global Peddlers and Local Networks
SIAN LAZAR (Cambridge) Collective organisation, ethnicity and political agency among Bolivian street traders
TREVOR MARCHAND Labouring for Faith: migrant Qur'anic students in Djenne's building trade
BECKIE MARSLAND Marginalising the Centre: Traditional doctors and HIV/AIDS in Tanzania
DAVID MOSSE Adivasi seasonal labour migrants in western India
MARTIN PROWSE (School of Economic Studies, Manchester) "It is really just like fishing...what you catch depends on the bait you put on the line": The construction of friendships between beachboys and tourists on the shores of Lake Malawi
JOHN ROUND (Leicester) Restructuring the everyday in the post-Soviet Russian far north east. The development of survival strategies amongst marginalised senior citizens.
ATREYEE SEN (SOAS, London) Hindu nationalism and failing development goals: Micro-finance, women and illegal livelihoods in the Bombay slums.
LORRAINE VAN BLERK (Brunel University) Negotiating boundaries: bar girls and sex work in Nazareth, Ethiopia