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The Social Impact of Informal Economies in Eastern Europe

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The Social Impact of Informal Economies in Eastern Europe by Manuela Stanculescu
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This title was first published in 2002. In State socialist societies, informal economies were essential for the functioning of the economy as well as for household provision. Since the beginning of social transformation they have been flourishing better than ever before. They are a main outlet on the market for the newly emerging middle classes, stabilize the situation of many workers and pensioners, and in countries on the downward slope they are essential for the survival of large impoverished groups. Presenting recent research on the social importance of informal economies, especially in Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania and Russia, the editors give a short introduction for each country, and a common compilation of basic economic and social data follows in the appendix. Household strategies in the 'shadow', groups of informal winners and losers, informal employment in town and countryside, outcomes from informal activities, the macro-economic importance of informal economies, and researching methods are all investigated.

Author Biography

Rainer Neef, UniversitAt GAttingen, GAttingen, Germany Manuela Stanculescu, Institutul de Cercetare a Calitatii Vietii, Bucharest, Romania
Release date Australia
December 21st, 2017
Contributor
Edited by Rainer Neef
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Routledge
Pages
318
ISBN-13
9781138719361
Product ID
27896032

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