Andemic Informality: Assessing Labor Informality, Employment and Income Risk in the Andes
Edwin A. Goñi Pacchioni
No 461 in IDB Publications (Books) from Inter-American Development Bank
Recent studies of Latin American labor markets have focused on analysis of the determinants, evolution, and implications of increasing informal arrangements between workers and employers. This book adds to that tradition with a refreshed dynamic and causal perspective that exploits novel panel data sets, recent methodological advances, and identification strategies after recent policy reforms in Andean countries.
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