Although informality has been found to worsen individual and social economic outcomes, informal workers may not have a negative perception of their occupation and its effect on their overall well-being. If this is the case, policies and strategies aimed at formalization and inclusion should consider how these workers perceive their well-being and how these perceptions are linked to their occupations. Unfortunately, the literature does not evidence a previous effort to explore the connection between informality and well-being.


  • David Enrique Anzola
  • Julián David Rodríguez Corcho
  • Lina Marcela Gómez

Palabras clave:

  • Informality
  • Life satisfaction
  • Measurement
  • Quality of Life
  • Welfare
  • Well-being


  • Proyecto 7
  • Documentos de trabajo