The Underground Economy in the United States and Abroad
Lexington Books, 1982 - Informal sector (Economics) - 340 pages
Monograph which aims to measure the second economy of moonlighting in the USA and the relative importance of the black economy to a nation's economic well-being. Other countries dealt with are: United Kingdom, USSR, Italy, Norway, Colombia, Canada etc., all contributed by various authors.
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A Problem of
Americas Underground Economy
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accounts activities adjustment amount analysis approach areas assumed authorities average Bank black economy calculated capital cash changes clandestine compared considered costs countries currency demand deposits earnings economic activity effect employment estimates example exchange existence expenditure exports extent fact factor Feige figure firms force foreign gross growth Gutmann hidden economy higher holdings household housing illegal important income income tax increase indicate individuals industrial interest Internal irregular Italy labor less measure method million monetary notes official participation payments percent percentage period possible present problem ratio reasons recent regular relatively reported sample sector shows social sources Soviet statistics survey tax evasion tion transactions underground economy United unreported variable various volume wages workers