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

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Shadow Economy in Tourism: Some Conceptual Considerations from Croatia

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Financialisation as a Result of the Network Economy’s Development

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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

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

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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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In the Shadow of the State - the Informal Economy and Informal Economy Labor Force

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Terms-of-Trade Shocks and Slovak Economy

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