Vending in Public Space: The Case of Bangkok
[An interesting pdf of the report is available on the site.]
…With respect to poverty reduction during economic recessions, street vending is regarded as a “solution” to unemployment and high cost of living. However, during times of economic progress, street food vending is viewed as a “threat” to orderliness. This dual attitude towards street vendors has been reflected in policies at the national and local levels over the last forty years…
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