Hossein, C.S. (2018). Banking while Black: The business of exclusion. The Conversation. May 7th, 2018. From The Conversation.

Hossein, C.S. (2018). 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. (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. (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.