References

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 27 references in this bibliography folder.

Ahumada, H, Alvaredo, FG, and Canavese, A (2007).
The Monetary Method and the Size of the Shadow Economy: A Critical Assessment
Review of Income and Wealth, 53(1):363-371.

Buiter, WH (2007).
Seigniorage
Economics Discussion Papers(2007-8).

Schneider, F (2005).
Shadow Economies around the World: What Do We Really Know?
European Journal of Political Economy, 21(3):598-642.

CIA (2004).
CIA World Factbook
Central Intelligence Agency, www.cia.gov.

IMF (2004).
International Financial Statistics
Washington D.C.

Alexeev, M and Pyle, W (2003).
A Note on Measuring the Unofficial Economy in the Former Soviet Republics
Economics of Transition, 11(1):153-175.

Feige, E and Urban, I (2003).
Estimating the Size and Growth of Unrecorded Economic Activity in Transition Countries: A Re-evaluation of Electric Consumption Method Estimates and their Implications
, Mimeo.

Schneider, F and Bajada, C (2003).
The Size and Development of the Shadow Economies in the Asia-Pacific
Johannes Kepler University, Working Paper(0301), Linz.

Schneider, F (2002).
The Size and Development of the Shadow Economies of 22 Transition and 21 OECD Countries
IZA, Discussion Paper(514), Bonn.

World-Bank (2002).
World Development Indicators
No source specified

Ahumada, H, Canavese, A, Canavese, P, and Alvaredo, FG (2001).
Currency Demand and the Size of the Shadow Economy: Critical Review of an Estimation Method with an Application for Argentina
, Mimeo.

Friedman, E, Johnson, S, Kaufmann, D, and Zoido-Lobaton, P (2000).
Dodging the grabbing hand: the determinants of unofficial activity in 69 countries
Journal of Public Economics, 76:459-493.

Lackó, M (2000).
Hidden Economy - An Unknown Quantity? Comparative Analysis of Hidden Economies in Transition Countries, 1989-95
Economics of Transition, 8(1):117-149.

Schneider, F (2000).
The Value Added of Underground Activities: Size and Measurement of the Shadow Economies and Shadow Economy Labor Force all over the World
World Bank, World Bank Paper.

Schneider, F and Enste, D (2000).
Shadow Economies around the World: Size, Causes and Consequences
Journal of Economic Literature, 38(1):77-114.

Tanzi, V (1999).
Uses and Abuses of Estimates of the Underground Economy
The Economic Journal, 109:F338-F347.

Nicolini, JP (1998).
Tax Evasion and the optimal Inflation Tax
Journal of Development Economics, 55(1):215-232.

Loayza, N (1997).
The Economics of the Informal Sector: A Simple Model and Some Empirical Evidence from Latin America
World Bank, World Bank Policy Research Working Paper(1727).

Chari, V, Christiano, LJ, and Kehoe, PJ (1996).
Optimality of the Friedman Rule in Economies with Distorting Taxes
Journal of Monetary Economics, 37:203-223.

Végh, CA (1989).
Government Spending and Inflationary Finance: A Public Finance Approach
IMF Staff Papers, 36(3):657-677.

McKinnon, RI (1985).
Two Concepts of International Currency Substitution
In: The Economics of the Caribbean Basin., ed. by Connolly, M.D. and J. McDermott, pp. 101-113.

Fisher, S (1982).
Seignorage and the Case for a National Money
Journal of Political Economy, 90(2):295-313.

Phelps, ES (1973).
Inflation in the Theory of Public Finance
Swedish Journal of Economics, 75(1):67-82.

Friedman, M (1971).
The Revenue from Inflation
Journal of Political Economy, 79(4):846-852.

Ramsey, FP (1927).
A contribution to the theory of taxation
The Economic Journal, 37(145):47-61.