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The Informal Economy: Studies in Advanced and Less Developed Countries (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 1. März 1989


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The Informal Economy makes it clear that the economic arrangements recorded in official statistics are not the only ones worth studying.--Nancy Foner "Science "

"The Informal Economy" makes it clear that the economic arrangements recorded in official statistics are not the only ones worth studying.--Nancy Foner "Science "

[An] intensely interesting and readable set of case studies... The 'moving boundaries' of definition make is possible to include an extraordinary diversity of materials from the cocaine economy of Bolivia to the vibrant small-firm economy of the Italiam 'Red belt, ' from Malaysia to Mexico City to Miami and New York. There are interesting data on informal personal incomes and outlays of the Soviet population, and an essay on the 'informalization' of the British economy under Thatcherism.--Lisa R. Peattie "Studies in Comparative International Development "

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Alejandro Portes is a best-selling UC Press author, Howard Harrison and Gabrielle S. Beck Professor of Sociology (emeritus) at Princeton University, and Research Professor at the University of Miami. He is a former president of the American Sociological Association and a member of the National Academy of Sciences. Rosa Aparicio is a senior researcher at the Ortega y Gasset University Institute of Madrid and the current chair of the Spanish National Board for Immigrant Integration. William Haller is Associate Professor of Sociology at Clemson University; he has published widely on immigration and second-generation adaptation in the United States.

Lauren Benton is Professor of History and Affiliate Professor of Law at New York University. Her book Law and Colonial Cultures: Legal Regimes in World History, 1400 1900 (Cambridge, 2002) won the Law and Society Association's James Willard Hurst Book Prize, the World History Association Book Prize, and the PEWS Book Award from the American Sociological Association, Political Economy of the World Systems Section.

Manuel Castells is Professor of Sociology and Professor of City and Regional Planning at the University of California, Berkeley, and Professor of the Information Society at the Open Catalan University (UOC), in Barcelona.


Martin Ince is a freelance journalist and contributing editor of the "Times Higher Education Supplement "where he was formerly deputy editor. This is his eighth book..

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HASH(0x91175ca8) von 5 Sternen A bunch of "doubleplusgood duckspeak". 22. Februar 2015
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This work is important on two factors; it is the earliest work I have found so far on the modern informal economy and it is very diverse in its explorations covering most of the globe in one respect or another.

With those positive points made clear; this book is nothing more than a gaggle of socialist sociologists blathering away about something they are institutionally conditioned to neither respect nor understand. The net result is a bunch of "doubleplusgood duckspeak" with very little normative value.
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