La Economía Sumergida en Tiempos de Crisis: Un Análisis del Trabajo no Declarado en Europa.

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Mónica Pérez-Magro
José María Millán-Tapia
Ana Millán-Tapia
Concepción Román-Díaz

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Este estudio analiza el trabajo no declarado como pieza fundamental en la economía sumergida en la UE-28, haciendo especial énfasis en su cuantificación y evolución, estructura, variabilidad por países y determinantes. Con este objetivo, se aplican métodos de regresión lineal y modelos de elección discreta con variable dependiente binaria sobre la base de los microdatos correspondientes a los Eurobarómetros especiales dedicados al análisis del fenómeno del trabajo no declarado en los años 2007 y 2013. Los resultados muestran la importancia que tienen sobre el trabajo no declarado (i) el grado de aceptación individual del propio fenómeno; (ii) la percepción del riesgo de sanciones; (iii) la situación laboral del sujeto; y (iv) la propia situación macroeconómica. Las implicaciones de estos resultados para el espectro de políticas disponibles para combatir la economía sumergida son también discutidas en este trabajo.

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Pérez-Magro, M., Millán-Tapia, J. M., Millán-Tapia, A., & Román-Díaz, C. (2017). La Economía Sumergida en Tiempos de Crisis: Un Análisis del Trabajo no Declarado en Europa. Revista De Estudios Andaluces, (34), 453–501. https://doi.org/10.12795/rea.2017.i34.16
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José María Millán-Tapia, Universidad de Huelva

Departamento de Economía

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Ana Millán-Tapia, Universidad Pablo de Olavide

Departamento de Economía Financiera y Contabilidad

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Concepción Román-Díaz, Universidad de Huelva

Departamento de Economía

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