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Informal employment in Sri Lanka: nature, probability of employment, and determinants of wages

A discussion paper on informal employment situation and wages in Sri Lanka.

Type: Working paper
Date issued: 15 October 2008
Reference: 9789221217886[ISBN]
Authors: Gunatilaka, Ramani
Format available: x, 50 p.

The paper reviews nature of informal employment in Sri Lanka along with three dimensions: its extent and nature; the characteristics of workers that increase the probability of engaging in informal employment and the determinants of informal employees' wages when compared with formal employees' wages.

Tags: informal employment, remuneration

Regions and countries covered: Sri Lanka

Unit responsible: ILO DWT for South Asia and Country Office for India

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