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Book/s

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.

Book Sections

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.

Articles

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.

Reports/Papers

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)

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