Conceptual Overview Of Shadow Economy: Socioeconomic Impact And Ramification On The Sustenance Of A Nation
Shadow economy or informal economy is a crucial issue faced by the country in the present economic scenario. A prospering parallel economy makes the official statistics regarding unemployment,income, consumption etc inappropriate. Even a casual worker driving an unlicensed taxi at night as a second job, comes under parallel economy.
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