Tackling undeclared work in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

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3 June 2013
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The aim of this report is to provide a systematic overview of the extent and nature of undeclared work, and how it is being tackled, in the EU candidate country of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. The objectives of the report are to analyse the prevalence and charaRead more
The aim of this report is to provide a systematic overview of the extent and nature of undeclared work, and how it is being tackled, in the EU candidate country of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. The objectives of the report are to analyse the prevalence and character of undeclared work in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia; to examine how the fight against undeclared work is organised; and to review relevant policy approaches and measures adopted. Throughout the report, the situation in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is compared with the EU27 wherever feasible. See Related content for more information on tackling undeclared work in Europe.
 
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    32
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    EF13248
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    Tackling undeclared work in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

    The aim of this report is to provide a systematic overview of the extent and nature of undeclared work, and how it is being tackled, in the EU candidate country of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. The objectives of the report are to analyse the prevalence and character of undeclared work in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia; to examine how the fight against undeclared work is organised; and to review relevant policy approaches and measures adopted. Throughout the report, the situation in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is compared with the EU27 wherever feasible. Read more information on tackling undeclared work in Europe.

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