Methodologies for Measuring Cash-in-hand Work



As outlined in Chapter 2, this book seeks to move the study of cash-in-hand work beyond the conventional focus upon assessing the variable magnitude of cash-in-hand work and towards the largely uncharted terrain of the economic relations within which such work is embedded and the motives of suppliers and purchasers. Here, in consequence, the range of methods that has been used in the past to study cash-in-hand work are evaluated critically in terms of their ability not only to measure the volume of cash-in-hand work but also the economic relations and motives underpinning such work.


Final Demand Maximum Variation Sampling Deposit Ratio Undeclared Work Hand Work 
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© Colin Williams 2004

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of LeicesterEngland

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