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The Resource Formalizing the Shadow Economy in Serbia : Policy Measures and Growth Effects, edited by Gorana Krstić, Friedrich Schneider, (electronic resource)

Formalizing the Shadow Economy in Serbia : Policy Measures and Growth Effects, edited by Gorana Krstić, Friedrich Schneider, (electronic resource)

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Formalizing the Shadow Economy in Serbia : Policy Measures and Growth Effects
Title
Formalizing the Shadow Economy in Serbia
Title remainder
Policy Measures and Growth Effects
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edited by Gorana Krstić, Friedrich Schneider
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Language
eng
Summary
  • The main objective of this book is to develop a strategy and policy measures to enhance the formalization of the shadow economy in order to improve the competitiveness of the economy and contribute to economic growth; it explores these issues with special reference to Serbia. The size and development of the shadow economy in Serbia and other Central and Eastern European countries are estimated using two different methods (the MIMIC method and household-tax-compliance method). Micro-estimates are based on a special survey of business entities in Serbia, which for the first time allows us to explore the shadow economy from the perspective of enterprises and entrepreneurs. The authors identify the types of shadow economy at work in business entities, the determinants of shadow economy participation, and the impact of competition from the informal sector on businesses. Readers will learn both about the potential fiscal effects of reducing the shadow economy to the levels observed in more developed countries and the effects that formalization of the shadow economy can have on economic growth
  • The main objective of this book is to develop a strategy and policy measures to enhance the formalization of the shadow economy in order to improve the competitiveness of the economy and contribute to economic growth; it explores these issues with special reference to Serbia. The size and development of the shadow economy in Serbia and other Central and Eastern European countries are estimated using two different methods (the MIMIC method and household-tax-compliance method). Micro-estimates are based on a special survey of business entities in Serbia, which for the first time allows us to explore the shadow economy from the perspective of enterprises and entrepreneurs. The authors identify the types of shadow economy at work in business entities, the determinants of shadow economy participation, and the impact of competition from the informal sector on businesses. Readers will learn both about the potential fiscal effects of reducing the shadow economy to the levels observed in more developed countries and the effects that formalization of the shadow economy can have on economic growth
  • The main objective of this book is to develop a strategy and policy measures to enhance the formalization of the shadow economy in order to improve the competitiveness of the economy and contribute to economic growth; it explores these issues with special reference to Serbia. The size and development of the shadow economy in Serbia and other Central and Eastern European countries are estimated using two different methods (the MIMIC method and household-tax-compliance method). Micro-estimates are based on a special survey of business entities in Serbia, which for the first time allows us to explore the shadow economy from the perspective of enterprises and entrepreneurs. The authors identify the types of shadow economy at work in business entities, the determinants of shadow economy participation, and the impact of competition from the informal sector on businesses. Readers will learn both about the potential fiscal effects of reducing the shadow economy to the levels observed in more developed countries and the effects that formalization of the shadow economy can have on economic growth
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Krstić, Gorana
Dewey number
338.9
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HD87-87.55
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  • Schneider, Friedrich
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Contributions to Economics,
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  • Economics
  • Development Economics
  • Econometrics
  • Endogenous growth (Economics)
  • Economic policy
  • Finance
  • Economics/Management Science
  • Economic Policy
  • Public Finance & Economics
  • Economic Growth
  • Econometrics
  • Development Economics
  • Financial Economics
Label
Formalizing the Shadow Economy in Serbia : Policy Measures and Growth Effects, edited by Gorana Krstić, Friedrich Schneider, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Contents
  • Introduction -- Shadow Economy: Challenges to Economic and Social Policy -- Concept of the Survey of Enterprises and Entrepreneurs Operating Informally -- Causes of the Shadow Economy -- What Is the Extent of the Shadow Economy in Serbia? -- Shadow Economy in the Enterprise and Entrepreneur Sector -- Effects of Formalization of Shadow Economy -- Analysis of the Administrative Capacity of Oversight Bodies -- Main Findings and Recommendations for Formalising the Shadow Economy
  • Introduction -- Shadow Economy: Challenges to Economic and Social Policy -- Concept of the Survey of Enterprises and Entrepreneurs Operating Informally -- Causes of the Shadow Economy -- What Is the Extent of the Shadow Economy in Serbia? -- Shadow Economy in the Enterprise and Entrepreneur Sector -- Effects of Formalization of Shadow Economy -- Analysis of the Administrative Capacity of Oversight Bodies -- Main Findings and Recommendations for Formalising the Shadow Economy
  • Introduction -- Shadow Economy: Challenges to Economic and Social Policy -- Concept of the Survey of Enterprises and Entrepreneurs Operating Informally -- Causes of the Shadow Economy -- What Is the Extent of the Shadow Economy in Serbia? -- Shadow Economy in the Enterprise and Entrepreneur Sector -- Effects of Formalization of Shadow Economy -- Analysis of the Administrative Capacity of Oversight Bodies -- Main Findings and Recommendations for Formalising the Shadow Economy
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001500726
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unknown
Extent
IX, 179 p. 71 illus.
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Isbn
9783319134369
Isbn Type
(print)
Other control number
10.1007/978-3-319-13437-6
Other physical details
online resource.
Specific material designation
remote
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(WaSeSS)ssj0001500726
Label
Formalizing the Shadow Economy in Serbia : Policy Measures and Growth Effects, edited by Gorana Krstić, Friedrich Schneider, (electronic resource)
Publication
Contents
  • Introduction -- Shadow Economy: Challenges to Economic and Social Policy -- Concept of the Survey of Enterprises and Entrepreneurs Operating Informally -- Causes of the Shadow Economy -- What Is the Extent of the Shadow Economy in Serbia? -- Shadow Economy in the Enterprise and Entrepreneur Sector -- Effects of Formalization of Shadow Economy -- Analysis of the Administrative Capacity of Oversight Bodies -- Main Findings and Recommendations for Formalising the Shadow Economy
  • Introduction -- Shadow Economy: Challenges to Economic and Social Policy -- Concept of the Survey of Enterprises and Entrepreneurs Operating Informally -- Causes of the Shadow Economy -- What Is the Extent of the Shadow Economy in Serbia? -- Shadow Economy in the Enterprise and Entrepreneur Sector -- Effects of Formalization of Shadow Economy -- Analysis of the Administrative Capacity of Oversight Bodies -- Main Findings and Recommendations for Formalising the Shadow Economy
  • Introduction -- Shadow Economy: Challenges to Economic and Social Policy -- Concept of the Survey of Enterprises and Entrepreneurs Operating Informally -- Causes of the Shadow Economy -- What Is the Extent of the Shadow Economy in Serbia? -- Shadow Economy in the Enterprise and Entrepreneur Sector -- Effects of Formalization of Shadow Economy -- Analysis of the Administrative Capacity of Oversight Bodies -- Main Findings and Recommendations for Formalising the Shadow Economy
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001500726
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
IX, 179 p. 71 illus.
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9783319134369
Isbn Type
(print)
Other control number
10.1007/978-3-319-13437-6
Other physical details
online resource.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0001500726

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