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 Problematica socială generată de munca fără forme legale (Social issues caused by work without legal forms)

  • Eugen Blaga (Reader, Ph.D., Universitatea din Bucureşti)
  • Liana-Ramona Moştenescu (Ministerul Muncii, Familiei şi Protecţiei Sociale)

The undeclared work is known under several names and indicates “all types of payed work but which is not declared to the authorities”. This means that this aspect is placed under the illegal circumstances and it is, usually, considered as fiscal crime. Even though it is generally recognized that undeclared work is basicaly influenced by an entire number of issues as economics, social, cultural or institutional factors, it also represents an important obstacle regarding the construction of budgetary, social and economic politics growth oriented. On short term, this type of work could mean an important source of outcome, but on long term this kind of practice generates social dumping and can produce serious problems to these persons due to the fact that they are not registered and can not receive any type of unemployment aid if need it.
The official data from Romania indicates that the number of employers using undeclared work increased at maximum level in 2001, after that decreased suddenly until 2005, but indicates the double of 2001 value in 2006, being present in all activity sectors.

Keywords: undeclared work, informal labor market, social dumping, Lisbon Strategy, social security system