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Informal economies in post-socialist spaces : practices, institutions and networks / edited by Jeremy Morris, University of Birmingham, UK, Abel Polese, Dublin City University, Ireland, and Tallinn University, Estonia.

By: Morris, Jeremy, 1974-.
Contributor(s): Polese, Abel.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Hampshire ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2015Description: xiv, 302 str. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781137483065.Subject(s): neformalna ekonomija - Europa | neformalna ekonomija - bivše socijalističke zemlje | postkomunizam - ekonomski aspekt | neformalni sektorDDC classification: 330
Contents:
Introduction: my name is legion : the resilience and endurance of informality beyond, or in spite of, the states / Abel Polese and Jeremy Morris -- Thinking informality and development writ large and small -- Evaluating the validity of the contrasting theoretical perspectives towards the informal economy in Ukraine / Colin Williams and Olga Onoschenko -- Institutional transformation and informality in Azerbaijan and Georgia / Huseyn Aliyev -- Fighting the shadows Lithuania's informal workers and the financial crisis / Ida Harboe Knudsen -- Formal crutches for broken sociality / Aet Annist -- Re-theorising informality : power, culture, kinship and history -- Field notes on informality's culture of ubiquity : recognition and symbolic power within informal economic practices in Kosovo / Anna Danielsson -- The importance of having tela : reproduction of informality in the democratization sector in Bosnia / Karla Koutkova -- Perception vs. practices : nepotism in small businesses in Bulgaria / Tanya Chavdarova -- The importance of personalized relationships in postsocialist rural Bulgaria : informality and the socioeconomic success of capitalist agricultural entrepreneurs / Christian Giordano -- Informal public sectors and welfare : state intervention or withdrawal? -- Informal payments for healthcare services in Lithuania and Ukraine / Tetiana Stepurko, Milena Pavlova, Irena Gryga, Liubove Murauskiene, Wim Groot -- Nuclear borders : informally negotiating the Chernobyl exclusion zone / Thom Davies -- Governing informal payments in healthcare : lessons from China / Jingqing Yang -- Informal economic practices within the Kyrgyz police (militsiia) / Liam OShea.
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Introduction: my name is legion : the resilience and endurance of informality beyond, or in spite of, the states / Abel Polese and Jeremy Morris -- Thinking informality and development writ large and small -- Evaluating the validity of the contrasting theoretical perspectives towards the informal economy in Ukraine / Colin Williams and Olga Onoschenko -- Institutional transformation and informality in Azerbaijan and Georgia / Huseyn Aliyev -- Fighting the shadows Lithuania's informal workers and the financial crisis / Ida Harboe Knudsen -- Formal crutches for broken sociality / Aet Annist -- Re-theorising informality : power, culture, kinship and history -- Field notes on informality's culture of ubiquity : recognition and symbolic power within informal economic practices in Kosovo / Anna Danielsson -- The importance of having tela : reproduction of informality in the democratization sector in Bosnia / Karla Koutkova -- Perception vs. practices : nepotism in small businesses in Bulgaria / Tanya Chavdarova -- The importance of personalized relationships in postsocialist rural Bulgaria : informality and the socioeconomic success of capitalist agricultural entrepreneurs / Christian Giordano -- Informal public sectors and welfare : state intervention or withdrawal? -- Informal payments for healthcare services in Lithuania and Ukraine / Tetiana Stepurko, Milena Pavlova, Irena Gryga, Liubove Murauskiene, Wim Groot -- Nuclear borders : informally negotiating the Chernobyl exclusion zone / Thom Davies -- Governing informal payments in healthcare : lessons from China / Jingqing Yang -- Informal economic practices within the Kyrgyz police (militsiia) / Liam OShea.

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