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Pakistan's informal sector: review of evidence and policy issues

Pakistan Journal of Applied Economics 12(1): 1-30
Pakistan's informal sector: review of evidence and policy issues
The paper reviews literature on Pakistan's informal sector (IFS) and synthesizes recent empirical evidence. It is argued that the IFS has gained overwhelming importance in recent years due to its size, earnings potential, employment and skill generation, and growth potential for the firms.

Accession: 002914713

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