Informal Sector and Analysis of Urban Squatter: The Case of Bandung City
In many countries, especially in developing countries, the insufficient formal jobs drives people to look for non-formal job. The effect of this process stimulates informal sector. The problem of squatter appears as a cause of their activities then it creates externality that is congestion. Given this fact, we find that there is a strong relationship between the existence of informal sector activities and congestion.
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|Date of creation:||Jul 2003|
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