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UC Merced Undergraduate Research Journal
The significance of underground economies relative to a country's calculation of GDP was further examined under the assumption of the inclusion of them when performing this computation. Challenging the current methodology of GDP and how it's calculated, as done traditionally through assessing and measuring the following sectors of a country's economy: private consumption, gross investment, government investment, government spending, and net exports, the underground economy proves to be a worthyfatcat:l66inm5cq5gllato33xsgp7apy