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To evaluate the 'marginalization thesis' which asserts that marginalized populations are more likely to participate in undeclared work, we analyse a 2013 Eurobarometer survey of eight Baltic Sea countries, namely four Western countries (Denmark, Finland, Germany and Sweden) and four post-Soviet countries (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland). Finding that across both the western and post-Soviet Baltic Sea countries, some marginalized populations (e.g., those having difficulties payingdoi:10.1080/14782804.2016.1228524 fatcat:zhc3ks4lk5d6ddf4wndvrrju2e