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The growing body of research on informality, that has its origins in the work of Hart (1973) in Ghana, and which has resulted in a burgeoning literature comprising thousands of new articles ever year, has moved in recent years a long way from the monodisciplinary approach and lack of dialogue between disciplines that conventionally plagued the study of the informal sector. Initially approached from the perspectives of economic anthropology (1973) and labour studies (ILO 1972) that dealt, respectively, with informal economy and informal labour, studies on informality have increasingly broadened in terms of disciplines and geographical scope.
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- Introduction: Informal Economies as Varieties of Governance
Colin C. Williams
Ioana A. Horodnic
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