Revisiting the Mexican Informality Continuum in the United States
Michael Pisani ()
Review of Radical Political Economics, 2012, vol. 44, issue 2, 234-239
In this rejoinder, I respond to the recent RRPE paper by Cobb, King, and Rodriguez (2009) concerning Mexican immigrant economic informality in the United States. Specifically I assess the discussion of economic informality of Mexican immigrants. I end with a call for further research into this phenomenon that employs millions in the U.S. informal economy.JEL classification: F22, J15, J61, O17
Keywords: economic informality; Mexican immigrants; United States (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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