O17: Formal and Informal Sectors • Shadow Economy • Institutional Arrangements
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O17: Formal and Informal Sectors • Shadow Economy • Institutional Arrangements is a discipline defined within the Copyright Evidence wiki. It is based on the JEL Discipline Classification System.
The following studies are coded as being associated with this discipline (3):
|Bodo, Antal and Puha (2020)||Bodo, B., Antal, D. and Puha, Z. (2020) Open access is not a panacea, even if it’s radical – an empirical study on the role of shadow libraries in closing the inequality of knowledge access. Amsterdam Law School Research Paper No. 2020-39|
|Wang and Zhu (2003)||Wang, Shujen, and Jonathan JH Zhu. Mapping film piracy in China. Theory, culture & society 20.4 (2003): 97-125.|
|Xia, Huang, Duan and Whinston (2012)||Mu Xia, Yun Huang, Wenjing Duan, Andrew B. Whinston, (2012) Research Note—To Continue Sharing or Not to Continue Sharing? An Empirical Analysis of User Decision in Peer-to-Peer Sharing Networks. Information Systems Research 23(1):247-259.|