Social Norm, the Informal Sector and Unemployment


While examining the macroeconomic e¤ects of increased government control of the informal sector, this paper develops a two-sector general equilibrium model featuring matching frictions on the labour market and a social norm. Conducting informal work, or employing a worker informally , is associated with expected punishment fees and payments of a moral cost… (More)

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