Modeling the interaction of legal and shadow economies at the macrolevel
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The paper proposes a model of the dynamics of various monetary savings of economically active members of a society with transitional shadow economy. Simulation experiments are conducted based on the model. They confirm negative phenomena peculiar to such an economy and specify the ways for unshadowing the economy.
Keywordslegal economy shadow economy function of demand production function equations of money savings
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