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In this paper I will engage in a process of highlighting the way in which liberal and, later, neoliberal political agendas regulate and establish formal semantic registers in the field of medical informal economy within the Romanian public healthcare system. How accurate is the legalistic approach, which classifies any extra-payment as a bribe? Despite the questionable legal status, the voluntary informal economy acquires the role of establishing bridges at human level between doctor anddoi:10.2478/subbs-2021-0008 doaj:55a16d5d429f413585c8c6ed1658fd7e fatcat:3b6o5jc6ybhfdhjfgyycywzvwa