Microfinance and Migrant Remittances
- Bibliography on Microfinance and Migrant Remittances
- Policy options for increasing the benefits of remittances
- Beyond Remittances: The Role of Diaspora in Poverty Reduction in their Countries of Origin
- Understanding the Implications of Migration for Pro-poor Agricultural Growth
- The Impact of remittances from Zimbabweans Working in South Africa on Rural Livelihoods in the Southern Districts of Zimbabwe
- Migration, Return and Socio-Economic Change in West Africa: The Role of Family
- Xawilaad: the importance of overseas connections in the livelihoods of Somali refugees in the Dadaab refugee camps of Kenya
- Access to Financial Services in South Africa: A brief case study of the effect of the implementation of the Financial Action Task Force Recommendations
- Migrant Labor Remittances in Africa:Reducing Obstacles to Developmental Contributions
- African Families, African Money Bridging the Money Transfer Divide: A study on the South African money transfer
- Migrant Worker Remittances,Micro-finance and the Informal Economy: Prospects and Issues
- Ammassari, Savina. 2003. "From Nation-Building to Entrepreneurship: the Impact of Élite Return Migrants in Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana."Paper presented at the International Workshop on Migration and Poverty in West Africa, March 13-14, University of Sussex.
- Buch, Claudia M., Anja Kuckulenz, and Marie -Hélène Le Manchec. 2002. "Worker Remittances
and Capital Flows."Working Paper, Kiel Institute of World Economics.
- Buencamino, Leonindes, and Sergei Gorbunov. 2002. "Informal Money Transfer Systems:
Opportunities and Challenges for Development Finance."DESA Discussion Paper no.
26, United Nations.
- de Haan, Arjan. 2000. "Migrants, Livelihood and Rights: The Relevance of Migration in
Development Policies."Social Development Working Paper no. 4, Department for
International Development, London.
- Docquier, Frédéric, and Hillel Rapoport. 2004. "The Economics of Migrants’ Remittances."In Handbook on the Economics of Reciprocity, Giving and Altruism, ed. L.-A. Gerard-
Varet, S.-C. Kolm, and J. Mercier Ythier. Amsterdam: Elsevier North-Holland.
- El-Qorchi, Mohammed, Samuel M. Maimbo, and John F. Wilson. 2002. "Hawala: How Does
This Informal Funds Transfer System Work, and Should It Be Regulated?"Finance and
Development 39(4), December 2002, Internatiional Monetary Fund, Washington, D.C.
- EL-Sakka, Mohammed. 1997. "Migration Remittances: Policy Options for Host and Countries of
Origin."Department of Economics, Kuwait University.
- Gammeltoft, Peter. 2002. "Remittances and Other Financial Flows to Developing Countries."Centre for Development Research Working Paper 02.11, Copenhagen, August.
- Jost, Patrick, and Harjit Singh Sandhu. 2002. "The Hawala Alternative Remittance System and Its
Role in Money Laundering."Interpol, Austria.
- NOMRA. 1998. "International Migration and Africa: Trends and Prospects for the 21st Century.”
- Orozco, Manul. 2003. "Worker Remittances: An International Comparison."Working Paper
commissioned by the Multilateral Investment Fund, Inter-American Development Bank,
- Rutten, Lamon, and Okey Oramah. 2003. "Pre-financing Migrant Remittance Flows in Support of Agricultural Development in Africa."Economics Working Paper Archive, Washington
University in Saint Louis.
- Sander, Cerstin , Altemius Millinga, and Peter Mukwana. 2001. "Passing the Buck—Money
Transfer Systems: The Practice and Potential for Products in Tanzania and Uganda.”
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