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Copestake, J., Greeley, M., Johnson, S., Kabeer, N. and Simanowitz, A., 2005. Money with a mission. Volume 1: microfinance and poverty reduction. London: Intermediate Technology Publications.

Johnson, S. and Rogaly, B., 1997. Microfinance and poverty reduction. Oxford: Oxfam.

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Johnson, S., 2013. Debt, over-indebtedness and wellbeing: an exploration. In: Guerin, I., Morvant-Roux, S. and Villareal, M., eds. Over-Indebtedness and Financial Inclusion. Routledge.

Rutherford, S., Collins, D. and Johnson, S., 2013. Clients. In: Ledgerwood, J., ed. The New Microfinance Handbook: A Financial Systems Perspective. Washington, DC: World Bank, pp. 49-70.

Johnson, S. and Storchi, S., 2013. Savings group outreach and membership. In: Nelson, C., ed. Savings Groups at the Frontier. Rugby: Practical Action Publishing, pp. 37-64.

Banthia, A., Johnson, S., McCord, M. J. and Mathews, B., 2012. Microinsurance that works for women. In: Matul, M. and Churchill, C., eds. Protecting the Poor: A microinsurance compendium. Vol. II. Geneva: ILO, pp. 331-348.

Johnson, S., Malkamaki, M. and Nino-Zarazua, M., 2012. El papel de los grupos informales en los mercados financieros: evidencias de Kenia. In: Villareal, M. and Angulo, L., eds. Las microfinanzas en los intersticios del desarrollo. Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico: Gobierno de Jalisco, Secretaría General de Gobierno, Dirección de Publicaciones; Universidad Pedagogica Nacional Unidad Gdl; CIESAS Juares 87; Secretaria de Promocion Economica, pp. 139-170.

Johnson, S., 2009. Institutions markets and economic development. In: Deneulin, S. and Shahani, L., eds. An Introduction to the Human Development and Capability Approach. Earthscan, pp. 162-178.

Johnson, S. and Sharma, N., 2007. ‘Institutionalizing suspicion’: The management and governance challenge in user-owned microfinance groups. In: Dichter, T. and Harper, M., eds. What’s Wrong with Microfinance. Rugby, UK: Practical Action Publishing.

Johnson, S., Hulme, D. and Ruthven, O., 2005. Finance and Poor People's Livelihoods. In: Finance and Development: Surveys of Theory, Evidence and Policy. Green, Christopher J. Kirkpatrick, Colin H. Murinde, Victor, eds., Cheltenham, U.K. and Northampton, Mass.: Elgar. , pp. 277-303.

Johnson, S., Copestake, J. and Wright, K., 2005. Impact Assessment of Microfinance: Towards a New Protocol for Collection and Analysis of Qualitative Data. In: Holland, J. and Campbell, J., eds. Methods, Knowledge and Power: Combining Quantitative and Qualitative Development Research. Rugby: ITDG Publishing.

Copestake, J. G., Johnson, S. and Wright-Revolledo, K. E., 2005. Impact assessment of microfinance : Towards a new protocol for collection and analysis of qualitative data. In: Holland, J. and Campbell, J. R., eds. Methods in Development Research: Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches. ITDG Publishing.

Johnson, S. and Nakayenga, R., 2005. Institutionalising feedback from clients using credit association meetings: the experience of FOCCAS, Uganda. In: Brody A,, Greeley M, and K, W.-R., eds. Money with a Mission (Volume 2): Managing the Social Performance of Microfinance. Rugby: ITDG Publishing.

Johnson, S., 2005. Rural Financial Markets. In: Green, C. J., Kirkpatrick, C. H. and Murinde, V., eds. Finance and Development: Surveys of Theory, Evidence and Policy. Cheltenham, U.K. and Northampton, Mass: Elgar, pp. 315-332.

Johnson, S., Mule, N., Hickson, R. and Mwangi, W., 2003. The Managed ASCA Model: Innovation in Kenya's Microfinance Industry. In: Harper, M., ed. Microfinance: Evolution, Achievements and Challenges. ITDG Publishing.

Johnson, S., Doyle, K., Emrul Hasan, M., Jimenez, E. and Kidder, T., 2001. Stormy weather: microfinance, shocks and the prospects for sustainability. In: Lewis, D. and Wallace, T., eds. New Roles and Relevance: Development NGOs and the Challenge of Change. Bloomfield: Kumarian Press, pp. 121-131.


Johnson, S., 2014. Development numbers : The political economy of data production from 'above' and 'below'. Enterprise Development and Microfinance, 25 (2), pp. 179-182.

Johnson, S., 2013. From microfinance to inclusive financial markets : The challenge of social regulation. Oxford Development Studies, 41 (S1), S35-S52.

Johnson, S. and Arnold, S., 2012. Inclusive financial markets: is transformation under way in Kenya? Development Policy Review, 30 (6), pp. 719-748.

Johnson, S. and Nino-Zarazua, M., 2011. Financial access and exclusion in Kenya and Uganda. The Journal of Development Studies, 47 (3), pp. 475-496.

Johnson, S., Arvind, A. and Assadi, D., 2010. Online or offline?: The rise of "peer-to-peer" lending in microfinance. Journal of Electronic Commerce in Organisations, 8 (3), pp. 26-37.

Johnson, S., 2009. Microfinance is dead! Long live microfinance! Critical reflections on two decades of microfinance policy and practice. Enterprise Development and Microfinance, 20 (4), pp. 291-303.

Johnson, S., Anyango, E., Esipisu, E., Malkamaki, M., Musoke, C. and Opoku, L., 2007. Village Savings and Loan Associations: experience from Zanzibar. Small Enterprise Development Journal, 18 (1), pp. 11-24.

Johnson, S., Malkamaki, M. and Wanjau, K., 2006. Tackling the ‘frontiers’ of microfinance in Kenya: the role for decentralized services. Small Enterprise Development Journal, 17 (3).

Johnson, S., 2005. Fragmentation and Embeddedness: An Alternative Approach to the Analysis of Rural Financial Markets. Oxford Development Studies, 33 (3-4), pp. 357-375.

Johnson, S., 2005. Gender Relations, Empowerment and Microcredit: Moving on from a Lost Decade. European Journal of Development Research, 17 (2), pp. 224-48.

Johnson, S., 2004. Gender norms in financial markets: Evidence from Kenya. World Development, 32 (8), pp. 1355-1374.

Johnson, S., 2004. 'Milking the elephant': Financial markets as real markets in Kenya. Development and Change, 35 (2), pp. 247-274.

Johnson, S., 2004. The impact of microfinance institutions in local financial markets: a case study from Kenya. Journal of International Development, 16 (3), pp. 501-517.

Johnson, S., Mule, N., Hickson, R. and Mwangi, W., 2002. The Managed ASCA Model: Innovation in Kenya’s Microfinance Industry. Small Enterprise Development Journal, 13 (2), pp. 56-66.

Copestake, J., Bhalotra, S. and Johnson, S., 2001. Assessing the impact of microcredit: A Zambian case study. The Journal of Development Studies, 37 (4), pp. 81-100.

Johnson, S., 2000. Gender Impact Assessment in Microfinance and Microenterprise: why and how? Development in Practice, 10 (1), pp. 89-93.

Johnson, S. and Kidder, T., 1999. Globalization and gender - dilemmas for microfinance organizations. Small Enterprise Development, 10 (3), pp. 4-15.

Johnson, S., 1999. New economy, new equality? A feminist perspective on progress. New Economy, 6 (2), pp. 110-114.

Johnson, S., 1998. Programme Impact Assessment in Microfinance:the Need for Analysis of Real Markets. IDS Bulletin - Institute of Development Studies, 29 (4), pp. 21-30.

Johnson, S., 1998. Microfinance North and South: Contrasting Current Debates. Journal of International Development, 10 (6), pp. 799-810.


Johnson, S., 2015. Informal Financial Practices and Social Networks: Transaction Genealogies. Other. Financial Sector Deepening Kenya.

Johnson, S. and Boulton, J., 2014. Impact Assessment of Financial Market Development Through the Lens of Complexity Theory. Other. Financial Sector Deepening Kenya.

Johnson, S., Malkamaki, M. and Nino-Zarazua, M., 2010. The role of informal groups in financial markets : evidence from Kenya. Working Paper. Bath, U. K.: Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath. (Bath Papers in International Development; BPD7)

Johnson, S. and Nino-Zarazua, M., 2009. Financial Access and Exclusion in Kenya and Uganda. Working Paper. Bath: Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath. (Wellbeing in Developing Countries (WeD) Working Papers; Bath Papers in Inter)

Johnson, S. and Nino-Zarazua, M., 2009. Financial exclusion in Kenya and Uganda. Working Paper. Bath, UK: Centre for Development Studies.

Johnson, S., 2009. Polanyi and the instituted processes of markets: Introducing a wellbeing perspective. Working Paper. Bath, UK: University of Bath/Wellbeing in Developing Countries Research Group. (Wellbeing in Developing Countries (WeD) Working Papers; WeD Working Paper 09)

Johnson, S., 2007. The role of markets in the construction of wellbeing: The need for a Polanyian perspective. Working Paper. Bath, UK: University of Bath/Wellbeing in Developing Countries Research Group. (Wellbeing in Developing Countries (WeD) Working Papers; WeD Working Paper 42)

Johnson, S., Malkamaki, M., Mukwana, P. and Wanjau, K., 2002. One step beyond: Challenges and opportunities in promoting quality financial services in remoter areas. Working Paper. Nairobi: MicroSave.

Johnson, S., 2001. Finca Malawi Impact Assessment Research :Working Paper 5: Qualitative Case Studies in Central Region: Final Report. Working Paper. Centre for Development Studies, Department of Economics and International Development, University of Bath, UK.

Johnson, S., 2001. From fragmentation to embeddedness: towards an institutional analysis of financial markets. Working Paper. Manchester: University of Manchester, IDPM. (FDRP Working Paper; 29)


Johnson, S., 2015. Kenyan mobile money and the hype of messy statistics.

Johnson, S., 2015. What do low income people know about money? : Indigenous financial concepts and practices and their implications for financial inclusion.

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