Die volkswirtschaftliche Bedeutung von Schwarzarbeit
In: List Forum Band 33
Shadow economies are widely discussed in German public policy as they are accused to be of large size and to entail thereby sizeable losses of taxes and social security payments. These ef¬fects, however, need to be scrutinised. After a definition of shadow economies and a descrip¬tion of neighbouring phenomena not only the supposedly large size is rejected but also the losses of government income are shown not to materialize. After all, shadow economies in Germany seem to be of minor importance. Some of the re-maining influences, foremost in the realm of allocation, are presented. (Original text only available in german language)
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