Informality and Informal Employment

@inproceedings{Jtting2009InformalityAI,
  title={Informality and Informal Employment},
  author={Johannes P. J{\"u}tting},
  year={2009}
}
Informal employment in its diverse forms is gaining increasing attention within global and national development agendas. The incidence and persistence, and the causes and consequences of informal employment are increasingly being discussed and debated. In this hot topic paper, we take stock of this ongoing discussion with the aim of raising awareness among the policy community that addressing the constraints, opportunities and incentives of informal workers and enterprises is essential for… CONTINUE READING

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