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Evaluating the Variations in Employment Relations Across Developing! Economies: A Degrees of Informalisation Approach

References Adom, K. and Williams, C.C. (2014) “Evaluating the explanations for the informal economy in third world cities: some evidence from Koforidua in the eastern region of Ghana”, International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp. 427-445. Arnold, R.A. (1996), Economics, West Publishing, St Paul, MN. Becker, K.F. (2004), The informal economy, Swedish International Development Agency, Stockholm. Boeke, J.H. (1942), Economies and economic policy in dual societies

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Military Expenditures and Shadow Economy in the Central and Eastern Europe: is There a Link?

1 Introduction and Literature Review The shadow economy and its determinants are of great interest to academic researchers and policy-makers – the amount of economic knowledge in this field is constantly increasing. It is known that economic entities operating in the shadow economy often pay bribes ( Dreher and Schneider, 2010 ; Goel and Saunoris, 2014a ). Bribes, unlike taxes, involve unpredictable distortions in the uncertain and discretional use of government power ( Cieślik and Goczek, 2018 ). This provides costs to business, and alongside, with

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The Polish Model of a Social Economy with the Financial aspects and Profits at Background – from the General Theory to Practice

ekonomiczna. Warszawa: PWN. Borzaga, C., Tortia, E. (2007). Social Economy Organizations in the Theory of the Firm. In A. Noya, E. Clarence (Ed.), The Social Economy: Building Inclusive Economies. Paris: OECD. Frączak, P., Wygnański, J.J. (2008). The Polish Model of the Social Economy: Recommendations for Growth, Warsaw. Giza-Poleszczuk, A.,. Hausner, J. (2008). Introduction – The Social Economy and Growth. In Giza-Poleszczuk, A., Hausner, J. (Eds.), The Social Economy in Poland. Achievements, Barriers to Growth and Potential in Light of Research Results

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Financialisation as a Result of the Network Economy’s Development

References Barbosa-Filho, N. (2005). Internati onal Liquidity and Growth Fluctuations in Brazil. In G. Epstein (Ed.), Financialisation and The World Economy (314-333). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. Carrol, T., Jarvis, D.S.L. (2014). Introduction: Financialisation and Development in Asia Under Late Capitalism. Asian Studies Review (38)4, 533-543. Cichorska, J. (2015). Responsibility of Systemically Important Institutions for Financial Market Stability. In G. Hofbauer (Ed.), Challenges, Research and

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Does foreign direct investment cause financial sector development – evidence from an emerging economy

R eferences 1. Adam, A. M. and Tweneboah, G. (2009), “foreign direct investment and stock market development: Ghana’s Evidence”, International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, Vol. 26 No. 1, pp. 178-185. 2. Adeniyi, O., Omisakin, O, Egwaikhide, F.O., and Oyinlola, A. (2012), “Foreign direct investment, economic growth and financial sector development in small open developing economies”, Economic Analysis & Policy, Vol. 42 No.1, pp. 105 – 127. 3. Al Nasser, O. M. and Soydemir, G (2010), “Domestic and international determinants of

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Data Mining Approach in Determining the Relationships Between the Economy and the General Government Sector Size

References Afonso, A., Furceri, D. (2010). Government Size, Composition, Volatility and Economic Growth, European Journal of Political Economy 26(4), pp. 517-532. Afonso, A., Jalles, J. (2011). Economic Performance and Government Size, Working Paper no. 21, DE UECE. Ainginger, K. (2011). Why Performance Differed Across Countries in the Recent Crisis How Country Performance in the Recent Crisis Depended on Pre-crisis Conditions, WIFO Working Papers, No. 387, pp. 1-31. Alesina, A., Ardagna, S

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The unobserved economy and the Dutch national accounts after the benchmark revision 2015

be well described. Therefore, statistical agencies use the so-called collage method, combining a wide variety of sources and estimates to assure exhaustiveness. This article is an example, in this case for the Netherlands. The aim of this article is to challenge researchers outside of statistical agencies to comment and to improve the methods to improve future estimates for exhaustiveness. The second aim is to provide researchers with not easy to find detailed data ( Tables 2 – 4 ) that may be useful for their estimates of the unobserved economy. This article

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Terms-of-Trade Shocks and Slovak Economy

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Innovative Economy in the Light of Reforms and Busssiness Modernization

” (eng. Economic Policy of Serbia in 2018. Quality of its Institutions and Economic Growth) ( A. Praščević), Scientific Society of Economists of Serbia and Faculty of Economics in Belgrade, (pp. 163-174), Đukić P., (2014) „ Knowledge - Based New Economy and Society: With Regards to the Sustainable Development Concept “, Economics, Bijeljina Republic of Srpska, Volume 2, June 2014, pp. 23-49 Đukić P., Đukanović S., (2015) Održivi razvoj - ekonomsko-ekološki izazovi (eng. Sustainable Development – Economic and Environmental Challenges), Faculty of

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Understanding the Informal Economy in Practice – Evidence from Bosnia and Herzegovina

R eferences Breusch, T. (2005). Estimating the Underground Economy Using MIMIC Models. Working paper, Canberra, Australia. Retrieved from: . Castells, M., Portes, A. (1989). World Underneath: The Origins, Dynamics and Effects of the Informal Economy. In: A. Portes, M. Castells, L.A. Benton (Eds.), The Informal Economy: Studies in Advanced and Less Developed Countries . Baltimore: John Hopkins University. Chen, M. (2006). Rethinking the Informal Economy: Linkages with the Formal Economy

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