Michael Pisani ()
Chapter 3 in Consumption, Informal Markets, and the Underground Economy, 2013, pp 36-75 from Palgrave Macmillan
Abstract This chapter explores the informal consumption of 89 goods and services in South Texas across five informal groups: Health Care Informality, Household Work Substitution Informality, Home Project Informality, Household Service Informality, and Household Goods Informality. Each informal good or service is examined for consumption patterns by income and modeled to better understand the determinants of informal consumption.
Keywords: Health Care Informality; Household Work Substitution Informality; Home Project Informality; Household Service Informality; Household Goods Informality (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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