Engaging with Informal Sector for Inclusive Growth: Policy Perspectives

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By Mustafizur Rahman, Debapriya Bhattacharya, and Md. Al-Hasan

More than four-fifths of the total employed population in Bangladesh are engaged in some type of informal employment. This calls for a deeper and more insightful understanding of informality as a critically important aspect of the jobs agenda, and the broader inclusive growth agenda, in the Bangladesh context. Thus, it is important to take an in-depth look at the various dimensions of informality in Bangladesh, from both the labor market and sectoral-enterprise perspectives.

Posted November 7, 2018
Related locations: Bangladesh
Related programs: Economic Opportunity, Strengthen Governance
Related topics: Economic Dialogue on Inclusive Growth in Bangladesh

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