1. In an age where data collection and analysis are increasingly relied on, how can these informal entrepreneurial systems be measured? Do they need to be?
2. Why aren’t these stories told more often? How can we get access to them?
3. Though this book is about Africa, “kanju” is a common occurrence worldwide. What examples of hustling for survival are common where you live?
4. How do the informal networks Olopade describes complement the focus on government or aid intervention in books like Dead Aid and The End of Poverty?
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