“Economies of Unseen: Informal and Illicit Trade in Developing World”

Posted on January 27th, 2014 in Events

March 1, 2014, Huang Engineering Building, Stanford University (475 Via Ortega, map)

“Economies of Unseen: Informal and Illicit Trade in Developing World”

Organized by the Stanford Association for International Development (SAID), this conference will focus on the informal economy in the developing world. The operation of the informal economy requires the establishment of systems outside of government regulation. Does the establishment of these systems automatically foster the growth of more nefarious markets as well? What are the differences in government policies and treatment of the two sectors of the informal economy? What are the regional and global implications of their connections? For more information: http://www.saidconference.com.

[Co-sponsored by the Stanford Association for International Development (SAID)]

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