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virtually every activity and individual is within the social security net); and the unofficial economy is shallow (i.
3-7; Simon Johnson, Daniel Kaufmannand Pablo Zoido-Lobaton, "Regulatory Discretion and the Unofficial Economy," The American Economic Review, no.
It is reasonable to assume some positive correlation between the relative magnitude of the unofficial economy and corruption in a country, considering the practical necessity of obtaining informal support from government officials for these unreported activities.
Third, the evidence presented below correlating the extent of privatization with the evolution of the unofficial economy suggests that those countries that privatized rapidly experienced less of an increase in their unofficial economies.

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