What is it about?

This paper examines the nature of undeclared work in southeast Europe and evaluates the consequences for tackling such work.

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Why is it important?

Reporting a survey of undeclared work in five southeast European countries (Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, Romania and Slovenia), a diverse array of types of undeclared work are uncovered ranging from waged employment to own-account work conducted for closer social relations such as kin, friends and neighbours.

Perspectives

The outcome is a call for greater recognition of the diverse array of kinds of undeclared work in southeast Europe and for a wider range of policy approaches and measures to be employed when tackling such work.

Professor Colin C Williams
University of Sheffield

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This page is a summary of: Tackling undeclared work in southeast Europe: lessons from a 2007 Eurobarometer survey, Journal of Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, June 2010, Taylor & Francis, DOI: 10.1080/14683857.2010.486944.
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