Hossein, C.S. (2017). A Black perspective on Canada’s third sector: Case studies on women leaders in the Social Economy.” Journal of Canadian Studies, 51(3): 749-781.(PDF).

Hossein, C.S. (2017). Living Garveyism in the social economies of the African diaspora in the Canada and in the West Indies. National Political Science Review, 19(1), 169-186.

Hossein, C.S. (2017). Fringe banking in Canada: A preliminary study of the ‘banker ladies’ and economic collectives in Toronto’s inner suburbs. Canadian Journal of Non-Profit and Social Economy Research, 8(1), 29-43. (Anserj). (PDF).

Hossein, C.S. (2016). Going local in downtown Kingston, Jamaica: Doing qualitative research in a volatile urban environment. Qualitative Research Journal, 16(4), 345-361. (PDF).

Hossein, C.S. (2016). Money pools in the Americas: The African diaspora’s legacy in the social economy. The Forum for Social Economics. XLV (4), 309-328. (Online) (PDF).

Hossein, C.S. (2016). ’Big Man’ politics in the social economy: A case study of microfinance in Kingston, Jamaica. Review of Social Economy, 74(2): 148-171. [*Winner of the Helen Potter Award for best journal article, Association of Social Economics, conferred at Allied Social Science Conference, Chicago, 5-8 January 2017. (Online) (PDF).

Hossein, C.S. (2015). Black women as cooperators: Rotating savings and credit associations (ROSCAs) in the Caribbean and Canada. Journal of Co-operative Studies, 48(3), 6-17.

Hossein, C.S. (2015). Black women in the marketplace: The everyday gendered risks encountered by Haiti’s madan saras (women traders). Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation. Special issue Intersectionality, Work and Globalization, 9(2), 36-50. (PDF).

Hossein, C.S. (2015). Government-owned micro-banking and financial exclusion: A case study of small business people in east Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. Canadian Journal for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, 40(3), 393-409. (PDF)

Hossein, C.S. (2014). The exclusion of Afro-Guyanese in micro-banking. The European Review of Latin America and Caribbean Studies, 96, 75-98. (PDF).

Hossein, C.S. (2014). The politics of resistance: Informal banks in the Caribbean. The Review of Black Political Economy, 41(1), 85-100. (PDF).

Hossein, C.S. (2014). Thinking outside the Islamic box: Linking context and credit in Muslim West Africa. Critical Half Journal, 2(1), 29-34.

Hossein, C.S. (2013). Haiti’s caisses populaires: Home-grown solutions to bring economic democracy. International Journal of Social Economics, 41(1), 42-59. (PDF)

Hossein, C.S. (2013). The Black social economy: Perseverance of banker ladies in the slums. Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics, 84(4), 423-442. (PDF).

Hossein, C. S. (2013). The Harper government commercializes international development. Ottawa Citizen. May 7th. (Online) (PDF)

Hossein, C.S. (2013). Using a Black feminist framework: A comparative study of bias against female entrepreneurs in Caribbean Micro-banking. Intersectionalities: A Global Journal of Social Work Analysis, Research, Policy, and Practice, 2, 51-79. (PDF).

Hossein, C.S. (2006). Redfern, J., Carothers, R. & Hossein C.S. An Egyptian case study: Financial services for youth. International Journal of Emerging Markets, 1(4), (October): 329–340.