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Analysing the causes and measures of economic policy; 8. Effects of the increasing shadow economy; 9. The 'two-pillar strategy'; Conclusion and outlook. Review quote 'This second edition incorporating the most recent data is highly recommended; it is THE book on the shadow economy. Boundaries between the official and unofficial economy are fuzzy and research scholars engage in lively debates about the validity of methods to estimate the size of shadow economy.
This book provides an excellent theoretical frame to investigate shadow economy from a socio-economic perspective and highly relevant empirical data which allow the reader to draw practical conclusions for political interventions to combat growing economic crime. Great research, great book. This extremely valuable contribution provides a rigorous treatment of the subject and will become the standard reference book of the shadow economy. Dominik H. He has published several books and articles, in publications such as The Journal of Economic Literature and Constitutional Political Economy.
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