Fringe banking in Canada: A study of rotating savings and credit associations (ROSCAs) in Toronto’s inner suburbs. Canadian Journal of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research / Revue canadienne de recherche sur les OBSL et l’économie sociale. Vol. 8 (1), July 2017, pp.29– 43. (PDF)

Going Local in downtown Kingston, Jamaica: Using Qualitative Methodologies in Complex Urban Settings. The Politics of Hard Times. Vol 16 (4), November 2016, pp. 345-361.  (PDF)

Money pools in the Americas: The African diaspora’s legacy in the social economy. The Forum for Social Economics. Vol. 45 (4), November 2016, pp.309- 328. (Online) (PDF)

“’Big Man’ politics in the social economy: A case study of microfinance in Kingston,Jamaica.” Review of Social Economy. Vol. 74 (2), April 2016, pp.148-171.  (Online) (PDF)

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

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. Vol.9 (2), November 2015, pp. 36-50. (PDF)

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. Vol 40 (3), November 2015, pp. 393-409. (PDF)

The Politics of Resistance: Informal banks in the Caribbean. Challenges of Global Governance Organization. World Congress of International Political Science Association (IPSA). Montreal,Quebec, July 19-24. 2014. (PDF)

The exclusion of Afro-Guyanese in micro-banking. The European Review of Latin America and Caribbean Studies. No. 96, April. 2014, pp. 75-98. (PDF)

Haiti’s Caisses Populaires: Home-grown solutions to bring economic democracy. International Journal of Social Economics. Vol. 41 (1), January 2014, pp. 42-59. (PDF)

The Black Social Economy: Perseverance of banker ladies in the slums. Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics. Vol. 84 (4), December 2013, pp.423-442. (PDF).

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, Polity, and Practice. Vol. 2 (20), September. 2013, pp.51-79. (PDF)

The Black Social Economy: Perseverance of banker ladies in the slums. Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics. Vol. 84 (4), December 2013, pp.423-442. (PDF).