Part 1 The Undergound Economy in Historical Context: A Sociology of Knowledge Analysis of Three Different Concepts Chapter 2 The Wartime Black Market: Profiteering with Impunity Chapter 3 On the Margin of Capitalism: Theories of Poverty and Irregular Work Chapter 4 The Rise and Fall of Underground Economy Theory, 1977-1989 Part 5 Underground Economy Theory Reconsidered: Definitions, Structure and Process Chapter 6 Defining the Underground Economy: Important Distinctions in the Literature Chapter 7 The Paradox of Capitalist Development: Structure and Process in the Underground Economy
Bruce Wiegand is on the sociology faculty at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. He has worked in Washington, D.C., at the Internal Revenue Service on the Taxpayer Compliance Measurement Program. Professor Wiegand was also a Fulbright Scholar in Belize, Central America (1988-1989). He is presently at work on a study of smuggling in developing countries.