Conceptualization

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The informal market finishes if constituting in typical shelter them urban areas and playing the role of shelter for a poor population and that it does not present the necessary qualifications for ingression in the superior circuit of the economy, from there that the inferior circuit also passes to receive the denominations from informal, invisible or submerged economy. As PALM (1987) the informal market presents the following conceptual elements: It appears in the context of the capitalism, but it is developed in the periphery of the system; One is not about the parallel economy, but articulated to the functioning of the capital for result of on-it offers of work force; The informal workers if do not point out in a work division that if he bases on the property of the means of production if not verifying, therefore, direct appropriation of more-value; The work if carries through through small productive unit or of the individual work. 4,2 Fairs and markets the informal commerce also presents plus a conceptual element. It can be presented under two distinct forms: the ambulant commerce and the informal markets that reveal as characteristic the fact common to develop business without register and any type of contribution, as tax payment. Click PCRM to learn more. 4.2.1 Conceptualization the object of interest of this research falls again on the second modality of informal commerce, that is, the informal markets. ‘ ‘ Market is called leases it where if they effect a certain number of transactions, where if the ones congregate all that want to yield, to acquire or to change products under the form of direct exchange or using it.

P.36). Here the valued direction is of market-place, square of market or fair taken as still synonymous. In conceptual level it is difficult to perceive the differences between the two terms.

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