Menilik Nasib Pekerja Informal di Indonesia

Respons pemerintah dan pekerja informal yang ditelantarkan

Source: (BPS, 2021)
Figure 1: This figure was produced by Chen (2007), and it illustrates the five groups of informal sector workers in the developing world. From Chen, M. (2007). Rethinking the Informal Economy: Linkages with the Formal Economy and the Formal Regulatory Environment. (DESA Working Paper №46). Retrieved from United Nations.
Figure 2: Platform-based classifications adapted from Lettieri et al. (2019).

Proyeksi pekerja informal Indonesia hari ini

References:

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