Le secteur informel urbain et l'emploi en Mauritanie : analyse et politiques
AbstractThis study apprehends the functioning of the informal sector of Mauritania in terms of access to goods and services, jobs and social rights. It examines in what measure the institutional environment of this productive system raises its development potentialities. Furthermore, macro- meso-microeconomics constraints are analyzed. These elements of analysis lead to propose an adaptation of the macroeconomic context, a reform of mesoeconomics dimensions keys and the promotion of new activities. (Full text in French)
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Date of creation: Jan 1997
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- House, William J, 1984. "Nairobi's Informal Sector: Dynamic Entrepreneurs or Surplus Labor?," Economic Development and Cultural Change, University of Chicago Press, vol. 32(2), pages 277-302, January.
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