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The Shadow Economy
Cambridge University Press
9781107034846 - The Shadow Economy - An International Survey - By Friedrich Schneider and Dominik H. Enste
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The Shadow Economy

An International Survey

2nd edition

Friedrich Schneider and Dominik H. Enste

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© Friedrich Schneider and Dominik H. Enste 2013

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First published 2013

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Library of Congress Cataloguing in Publication data

Schneider, Friedrich.
The shadow economy : an international survey / Friedrich Schneider, Dominik H. Enste. –
2nd edition.
pages cm
ISBN 978-1-107-03484-6 (hardback)
1. Informal sector (Economics) 2. Business enterprises – Corrupt
practices. 3. Commercial crimes. 4. Tax evasion. 5. Illegal aliens. 6. Welfare
fraud. 7. Fraud. I. Enste, Dominik. II. Title.
HD2341.S363 2013
330–dc23
2012030950

ISBN 978-1-107-03484-6 Hardback

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