Informality that cannot be measured directly but may be understood through a combination of indicator data and/or further contextual research. ×
Summation of data collection completion results for indicators indirectly related with informality:
Complete refers to data sufficient for calculating a benchmark
Alternative refers to data insufficient for calculating a benchmark but nonetheless beneficial for the analysis
Not Available refers to data that was not or could not be collected
Provides a high-level assessment of the performance of the indicators indirectly related with informality based on quantitative measurement of the data collected against established benchmarks, or based on qualitative reading. Benchmarks range from Green (indicating positive performance or potential capacity) to Red (indicating poor performance and potential vulnerability). Qualitative Measures refers to Indicators that have been informed by qualitative reading, such as through alternative data.