- Labour law, the business environment and growth of micro and small enterprises - Bangladeshpdf - 5.9 MB
This study was conducted to support the ongoing policy dialogue in Bangladesh on strategies to support the formalization of the informal economy. While informal economy issues affect entrepreneurs and workers alike, this study focuses on the enterprise side of informality. It is part of a series of four country studies commissioned by the ILO to research the impact of labour laws and the cost of regularization on entrepreneurs’ decisions to formalize their business. The countries covered by this research are India, Nepal, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka. In Bangladesh, the study has focused on the following sectors: agro processing, leather goods, light engineering, and textile/garments.