Informality and Optimal Public Policy

This article explores optimal public policy, in terms of the level of tax enforcement and the supply of public goods, in an economy characterized by a huge informal sector. We define informality as the set of productive activities that do not comply (totally or partially) with government regulations...

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Volume: 19
Main Author: DAVID BARDEY
DANIEL MEJÍA
Format: Journal Article
Language: English
Place of publication: Brookings Institution Press 01.04.2019
published in: Economía (Washington, D.C.) Vol. 19; no. 2; pp. 1 - 20
Data of publication: 20190401
ISSN: 1529-7470
1533-6239
1533-6239
EISSN: 1533-6239
Discipline: Economics
Business
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Online Access: Fulltext
Database: CrossRef
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