The Uk'S Unobserved Economy: A Preliminary Assessment
AbstractThis paper examines the available evidence on the size the UK’s underground (unobserved) economy and presents preliminary evidence on the size and growth of the unobserved economy for the period 1960-1980 based on Feige’s transaction approach. Reference: Journal of Economic Affairs, Vol.1 No.4 July, 1981, pp. 205-212.
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UNDERGROUND ECONOMY; UNOBSERVED ECONOMY; TRANSACTIONS METHOD; DISCREPANCY MEASURES.;
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