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Spatial Variations in the Informal Sector: A Review of Evidence from the European Union

Spatial Variations in the Informal Sector: A Review of Evidence from the European Union Regional Studies, Vol. 28.8, pp. 819-825. Spatial Variations in the Informal Sector: A Review of Evidence from the European Union COLIN C. WILLIAMS* and JAN WINDEBANKT * School .f the Environment, Leeds Metropolitan University, Calverley Street, Leeds LS1 3HE, UK t Department of French Studies, University of Sheffield, Sheffld S10 2TN, UK security or labour law purposes but which are legal INTRODUCTION in all other respects. Following THOMAS, 1992, this A decade ago in ths journal, BUTTON, 1984, pub- distinguishes between, on the one hand, informal lished the first analysis of regional variations in the activities in which the goods and services produced informal sector. Ten years later, this paper charts the are legal despite their production and distribution progress which has been made in this subject.’ The involving some illegality and, on the other hand, central issue for those investigating the informal criminal activities where the goods and services sector has been its relationship to deprivation. On themselves are illegal, such as drugs. When we speak both the political left and right, many believe that of an informal ‘sector’, moreover, we do not imply the informal sector is concentrated amongst deprived that informal activity possesses a degree of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Regional Studies Taylor & Francis

Spatial Variations in the Informal Sector: A Review of Evidence from the European Union

Regional Studies , Volume 28 (8): 7 – Dec 1, 1994

Spatial Variations in the Informal Sector: A Review of Evidence from the European Union

Regional Studies , Volume 28 (8): 7 – Dec 1, 1994

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Regional Studies, Vol. 28.8, pp. 819-825. Spatial Variations in the Informal Sector: A Review of Evidence from the European Union COLIN C. WILLIAMS* and JAN WINDEBANKT * School .f the Environment, Leeds Metropolitan University, Calverley Street, Leeds LS1 3HE, UK t Department of French Studies, University of Sheffield, Sheffld S10 2TN, UK security or labour law purposes but which are legal INTRODUCTION in all other respects. Following THOMAS, 1992, this A decade ago in ths journal, BUTTON, 1984, pub- distinguishes between, on the one hand, informal lished the first analysis of regional variations in the activities in which the goods and services produced informal sector. Ten years later, this paper charts the are legal despite their production and distribution progress which has been made in this subject.’ The involving some illegality and, on the other hand, central issue for those investigating the informal criminal activities where the goods and services sector has been its relationship to deprivation. On themselves are illegal, such as drugs. When we speak both the political left and right, many believe that of an informal ‘sector’, moreover, we do not imply the informal sector is concentrated amongst deprived that informal activity possesses a degree of

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Regional Studies, Vol. 28.8, pp. 819-825. Spatial Variations in the Informal Sector: A Review of Evidence from the European Union COLIN C. WILLIAMS* and JAN WINDEBANKT * School .f the Environment, Leeds Metropolitan University, Calverley Street, Leeds LS1 3HE, UK t Department of French Studies, University of Sheffield, Sheffld S10 2TN, UK security or labour law purposes but which are legal INTRODUCTION in all other respects. Following THOMAS, 1992, this A decade ago in ths journal, BUTTON, 1984, pub- distinguishes between, on the one hand, informal lished the first analysis of regional variations in the activities in which the goods and services produced informal sector. Ten years later, this paper charts the are legal despite their production and distribution progress which has been made in this subject.’ The involving some illegality and, on the other hand, central issue for those investigating the informal criminal activities where the goods and services sector has been its relationship to deprivation. On themselves are illegal, such as drugs. When we speak both the political left and right, many believe that of an informal ‘sector’, moreover, we do not imply the informal sector is concentrated amongst deprived that informal activity possesses a degree of

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Published: Dec 1, 1994

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