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WSJ Article: The Rise of the Underground

There's an interesting article in the Wall Street Journal this weekend about the underground economies in developing countries. Though many economists have considered underground economies bad, they have functioned as a safety net for people who've been laid off from formal jobs during the economic crisis. These underground businesses are often entrepreneurial.

The article can be found at WSJ.com.