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  22. Helmut Herwartz and Bernd Theilen (2011)
    Does the EU financing system contribute to shadow economic activity?
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  23. Raffaella Barone and Donato Masciandaro (2011)
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  26. Joanna Tyrowicz and Stanisław Cichocki (2011)
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  29. Maurizio Bovi and Roberto Dell’Anno (2010)
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  30. Nicole Adler, Ekaterina Yazhemsky, and Ruzanana Tarverdyan (2010)
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  31. Ceyhun Elgin, Turkmen Goksel, Mehmet Y Gurdal, and Cuneyt Orman (2010)
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  32. Gaetano Lisi (2010)
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  33. Kai A. Konrad and Salmai Qari (2009)
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  34. ALEXANDRU ADRIANA ANAMARIA, DOBRE ION, and GHINARARU CATALIN (2009)
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  37. Hesam Nikopour, Muzafar Shah Habibullah, Friedrich Schneider, and Siong Hook Law (2009)
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  38. David S. Kaplan (2009)
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  39. François Gardes and Christophe Starzec (2009)
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  40. Stanisław Cichocki and Joanna Tyrowicz (2009)
    Shadow Employment In Transition - A Matter of Choice or No Choice?
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  41. Gaetano Lisi (2009)
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  42. Matteo Barigozzi and Biagio Speciale (2009)
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  43. Monika Çule and Murray Fulton (2009)
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  44. Friedrich Schneider (2008)
    The Shadow Economy in Germany - A Blessing or a Curse for the Official Economy?
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  45. Alexander Libman (2008)
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  47. Pierre-Guillaume Méon and Johanna D'Hernoncourt (2008)
    The not so dark side of trust: does trust increase the size of the shadow economy?
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  48. David S. Kaplan (2008)
    Job creation and labor reform in Latin America
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  49. Roberto Dell'Anno and Adalgiso Amendola (2008)
    Istituzioni, Diseguaglianza ed Economia Sommersa: quale relazione?
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  50. Rafael La Porta and Andrei Shleifer (2008)
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  51. Norbert Fiess and Marco Fugazza (2008)
    Trade Liberalisation and Informality: New stylized facts
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  52. A. Dreher, P. Méon, and F. Schneider (2007)
    The devil is in the shadow Do institutions affect income and productivity or only official income and official productivity?
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  53. Axel Dreher, Pierre-Guillaume Méon, and Friedrich Schneider (2007)
    The Devil is in the Shadow – Do Institutions Affect Income and Productivity or only Official Income and Official Productivity?
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  54. Axel Dreher, Pierre-Guillaume Méon, and Friedrich Schneider (2007)
    The devil is in the shadow : Do institutions affect income and productivity or only official income and official productivity?
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  55. Pierre-Guillaume Méon, Axel Dreher, and Friedrich Schneider (2007)
    The devil is in the shadow: do institutions affect income and productivity or only official income and official income and official productivity?
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  56. Friedrich G. Schneider and Andreas Buehn (2007)
    Shadow economies and corruption all over the world: revised estimates for 120 countries
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  57. Jože Kocjancic and Stefan Bojnec
    Analisys of the Shadow Economy in the Wood Industry
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