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Economy under the conditions of modern transformations

KOSTRYTSYA Vasyl 1, BURLAI Tetiana 2

1Ukrainian State Employment Service Training Institute (Kyiv)
2Institute for Economics and Forecasting, NAS of Ukraine

Undeclared work as a 'new normality' globally and in Ukraine

Ekon. prognozuvannâ 2019; 1:7-34https://doi.org/10.15407/eip2019.01.007


JEL: J46, J48, О50, P21

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