EXPLAINING AND TACKLING THE UNDECLARED ECONOMY IN BULGARIA: AN INSTITUTIONAL ASYMMETRY PERSPECTIVE

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Colin C Williams Josip Franic Rositsa Dzhekova

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Williams, C., Franic, J., & Dzhekova, R. (2015). EXPLAINING AND TACKLING THE UNDECLARED ECONOMY IN BULGARIA: AN INSTITUTIONAL ASYMMETRY PERSPECTIVE. The South East European Journal of Economics and Business, 9(2). Retrieved from http://journal.efsa.unsa.ba/index.php/see/article/view/317
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Colin C Williams, University of Sheffield

Colin C Williams is Professor of Public Policy in the Management School at the University of Sheffield in the United Kingdom. His research interests include the informal economy, work organisation and the future of work. His books include Informal Work in Developed Nations (2010, Routledge), Rethinking the Future of Work: directions and visions (2007, Palgrave Macmillan), The Hidden Enterprise Culture (2006, Edward Elgar), A Commodified World? mapping the limits of capitalism (2005, Zed) and Cash-in-Hand Work (2004, Palgrave Macmillan).

Josip Franic, University of Sheffield

Josip Franic is a Marie Curie Research Fellow in the Management School at the University of Sheffield

Rositsa Dzhekova, University of Sheffield

Rositsa Dzhekova is a Marie Curie Research Fellow in the Management School at the University of Sheffield