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

There are 142 references in this bibliography folder.

Buehn, A and Schneider, F (2009).
Corruption and the Shadow Economy: A Structural Equation Model Approach
Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA), IZA Discussion Papers(4182).

Buehn, A, Karmann, A, and F., S (2009).
Shadow Economy and Do-it-yourself Activities: The German Case
Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 165(4):701-722.

Del’Anno, R and Schneider, F (2009).
A Complex Approach to Estimate the Shadow Economy: The Structural Equation Modelling
In: Coping with the Complexity of Economics, ed. by Marzia Faggini and Thomas Lux, pp. 110–130, Heidelberg: Springer Publ. Comp.

Echazu, L and Bose, P (2008).
Corruption, Centralization, and the Shadow Economy
Southern Economic Journal,, 75(2):524-537.

Schneider, F (2007).
Shadow Economies and Corruption all Over the World: New Estimates for 145 Countries

Alderslade, J, Talmage, J, and Freeman, Y (2006).
Measuring the Informal Economy: One Neighborhood at a Time
The Brooking Institution Metropolitan Policy Program, Discussion Paper.

Brück, T, New, JH, and Zimmermann, K (2006).
Creating Low Skilled Jobs by Subsidizing Market-contracted Household Work
Applied Economics, 38(8):899-911.

Del´Anno, R and Schneider, F (2006).
Estimating the Underground Economy by Using MIMIC Models: A Response to T. Breusch´s Critique
Department of Economics, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria, Economics working papers(2006-07).

Dreher, A and Schneider, F (2006).
Corruption and the Shadow Economy: An Empirical Analysis
Department of Economics, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria, Economics working papers(2006-03).

Enste, D and Schneider, F (2006).
Wie groß ist die Schattenwirtschaft? Des Rätsels Lösung
Wirtschaftsdienst—Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftspolitik, 86(2):185-191.

Pickhardt, M and Sardà-Pons, J (2006).
Size and Scope of the Underground Economy in Germany
Applied Economics, 38(14):1707-1713.

Williams, C (2006).
What is to be Done about Undecleared Work? Evaluating the policy options
Policy and Politics, 34(1):91-113.

B.Torgler and Schneider, F (2005).
Attitudes Towards Paying Taxes in Austria: An Empirical Analysis
Empirica, 32(2):231-250.

Bajada, C and F., S (2005).
Size, Causes and Consequences of the Underground Economy: An International Perspective
Aldershot (GB): Ashgate Publishing Company.

Breusch, T (2005).
The Canadian Underground Economy: An Examination of Giles and Tedds
Canadian Tax Journal, 53(2):367-391.

Breusch, T (2005).
Estimating the Underground Economy using MIMIC Models
EconWPA, Econometrics(0507003).

Choi, J and Thum, M (2005).
Corruption and the Shadow Economy
International Economic Review, 12(4):308-342.

Dreher, A and Siemers, L (2005).
The Intriguing Nexus between Corruption and Capital Account Restrictions
KOF Swiss Economic Institute, ETH Zurich, KOF Working papers(05-113).

Dreher, A, Kotsogiannis, C, and McCorriston, S (2005).
How do Institutions Affect Corruption and the Shadow Economy?
EconWPA, Public Economics(0502012).

Feige, E (2005).
Overseas Holdings Of U.S.Currency And The Underground Economy
EconWPA, Macroeconomics(0501022).

Feige, E (2005).
A Re-Examination of the 'Underground Economy' in the United States; A Comment on Tanzi
EconWPA, Macroeconomics(0501021).

Feld, L and Larsen, C (2005).
Black Activities in Germany in 2001 and 2004: A Comparison Based on Survey Data
The Rockwool Foundation Research Unit, Copenhagen (DK).

Flaming, D, Hayolamak, B, and Jossart, P (2005).
Hopeful Workers, Marginal Jobs: LA’s Off-The-Books Labour Force
. Economic Roundtable, Los Angeles, CA.

Kazemier, B (2005).
The Undergroud Economy: A Survey of Methods and Estimates.
Statistics Netherlands, Voorburg, Netherlands, Discussion Paper.

Kazemier, B (2005).
Monitorying the Underground Labour Market: What Surveys Can Do
Statistics Netherlands, Voorburg, Netherlands, Discussion Paper.