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Evaluation of Digital Shadow Economy Prevention Measures

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Shadow Economy in Tourism: Some Conceptual Considerations from Croatia

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Corruption, Shadow Economy and Economic Growth: An Empirical Survey Across the European Union Countries

., Schneider F. (2009). Corruption and the Shadow Economy: A Structural Equation Model Approach, IZA DP 4182. 5. Choi, J., Thum, M. (2005). Corruption and the Shadow Economy. International Economic Review, 46 (3), 817-836. 6. De Rosa, D., Gooroochurn, N., Gorg, H. (2010). Corruption and productivity: firmlevel evidence from the BEEPS Survey. Policy Research Working Paper, World Bank, 5348,1-41. 7. Djankov, S., La Porta, R., Lopez-de-Silanes, F., Shleifer, A. (2002). The regulation of entry. Quaterly Journal of Economics, 117 (1

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Determinants of Shadow Economy in Eastern European Countries

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The Shadow Economy and Its Impact on National Competitiveness: The Case of Slovenia

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The Shadow Economy is Retreating: An Example of Georgia

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Determinants of the Shadow Economy in the Czech Regions: A Region-Level Study

Economy in German Regions: An Empirical Assessment. German Economic Review . Vol. 13, pp. 275-290. DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-0475.2011.00557.x CHAUDHURI, K., F. SCHNEIDER, and S. CHATTOPADHYAY. (2006). The size and development of the shadow economy: An empirical investigation from states of India. Journal of Development Economics . Vol. 80, pp. 428-443. DOI: 10.1016/j.jdeveco.2005.02.011 ELGIN, C., and O. ÖZTUNALI. (2012). Shadow economy around the world: model based estimates. Working Papers. No. 2012/05, pp. 1-48. FREY, B. S., and H. WECK

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Study On Budget Revenue Collection, Shadow Economy and Tax Losses Caused By It

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The Consequences of Shadow Economy and Corruption on Tax Revenue Performance in Nigeria

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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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