A Critical Evaluation of the Policy Options Towards the Undeclared Economy

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Williams, C.C.;
  • Publisher: Addleton Academic Publishers

To evaluate critically the policy options available for tackling the undeclared economy, this paper commences by evaluating the implications of four hypothetical policy choices, namely doing nothing, de-regulating the declared economy, eradicating the undeclared economy... View more
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