Comparative Analysis of the Relationship Between Poverty and Underground economy in the Highly developed, Transition and Developing Countries
Elijah, Obayelu Abiodun; Uffort, Larry;
Subject: Poverty; underground economy; developed; transition and developing countries
jel: jel:P51 | jel:P52
Abstract This study was undertaken with the goal of analyzing the relationship between poverty rates and size of underground economy in the developed and developing countries and exploring whether there is a link between them. There are technical problems in linking the... View more
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