Michael Pisani ()
Chapter 5 in Consumption, Informal Markets, and the Underground Economy, 2013, pp 101-107 from Palgrave Macmillan
Abstract This chapter summarizes the consumption of informal and underground goods in South Texas. Nearly universal is the consumption of informal goods and services in the region; the consumption of underground goods and services while not universal is commonplace. The key variables of income and morality are highlighted within the backdrop of the South Texas borderlands milieu.
Keywords: Informal Consumption; Underground Consumption; Paradox of Informal Consumption; South Texas (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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