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<div class="mainpage_boxtitle">'''The ''Global Informality Project'' is a leading online resource for the world's open secrets, unwritten rules and hidden practices, broadly defined as 'ways of getting things done.' This global and growing [[Explore the database|database]] of invisible, yet powerful informal practices is made possible by remarkable collaboration of scholars from five continents. Building on the two printed volumes of the [[Download the Global Encyclopaedia of Informality|Global Encyclopaedia of Informality]], the project:'''
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*enables [[Explore the database|context-rich analysis and comparison]] of practices from all over the world
*connects those interested in [[What is informality?|informality]]
*serves as a [[Teaching and Learning Resources|teaching and learning tool]] for the academic community, policy makers, businesses and the public
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Global Informality Project: Discover the world’s open secrets, unwritten rules and hidden practices
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