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Richard Jenkins was born in 1952 in Liverpool and grew up in Northern Ireland. Co-authored with Philip Harding) The Myth of the Hidden Economy: Towards a New Understanding of Informal Economic Activity (Open University Press, 1989). He studied social anthropology at Queen's University Belfast, and the University of Cambridge, where he completed his doctoral studies; his PhD was awarded in 1981 for his thesis "Young people, education and work in a Belfast housing estate".
71 They explored the meaning of household activities like social solidarity work as informality that had an economic value (however difficult to define), such as ironing a garment for a sick neighbor.
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Professor Richard Jenkins. 19 (with P. Harding) Informal Economic Activity in Northern Ireland, PPRU Occasional Paper 15, Stormont: Department of Finance and Personnel, 1988, equal co-author. 20 ‘Preface’, in R. Jenkins (e., Northern Ireland: Studies in Social and Economic Life, 1989, pp. vii-xi.
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The myth of the hidden economy: Towards a new understanding of informal economic activity, by Philip Harding & Richard Jenkins, Open University Press, Milton Keynes, 1989. Development Southern Africa, November 1990, Taylor & Francis. The authors haven't yet claimed this publication.
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The informal economy refers to companies that are engaged in legitimate business activities but don't fully comply with tax, labor market obligations, or product market regulations.
The informal economy refers to companies that are engaged in legitimate business activities but don't fully comply with tax, labor market obligations, or product market regulations. These are not outright criminal enterprises, such as drug cartels, mafias, prostitution rings, and illegal gambling operations but they do pose a severe threat to a country's economic viability.