Migration and Remittances (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
832
Utgivningsdatum
2015-09-25
Förlag
Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
Dimensioner
228 x 152 x 50 mm
Vikt
1542 g
ISBN
9781783479467
Migration and Remittances (inbunden)

Migration and Remittances

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In this title, the editors draw together key articles by leading scholars which investigate the significance and role of remittances in economic and social development. They examine topics including reflections on methodology, the motives and determinants of remittances, their socio-economic impacts (especially at the household level), the role of community organisations and social remittances, and the broad social and cultural impacts of remittances. Special attention is given to small island and Central Asian states, where remittances are of particular significance. The collection traces the recent historical evolution of remittances and concludes with an examination of policy implications in both sending and receiving countries. With an original and comprehensive introduction by the editors this book will be of great interest and value to both scholars and policy makers, especially at a time when remittances are widely recognised as increasingly important for development in many countries.
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Edited by John Connell, Professor of Human Geography, University of Sydney and Richard P.C. Brown, Associate Professor, School of Economics, University of Queensland, Australia

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Contents: Introduction Migration and Remittances: A Multidisciplinary Synthesis John Connell and Richard Brown PART I INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW 1. Robert E.B. Lucas (2008), 'Reported and Informal Remittances: How Much? Who Sends? Who Benefits?', in International Migration and Economic Development: Lessons from Low-Income Countries, Chapter 5, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar, 145-206 2. Nazli Choucri (1986), 'The Hidden Economy: A New View of Remittances in the Arab World', World Development, 14 (6), June, 697-712 3. Mohammed El Qorchi, Samuel Munzele Maimbo and John F. Wilson (2003), 'Informal Funds Transfer Systems: An Analysis of the Informal Hawala System', Occasional Paper 222, A Joint IMF-World Bank Paper, Washington, DC, USA: International Monetary Fund, i-v, 1-51 PART II ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES 4. Richard H. Adams, Jr. (2011), 'Evaluating the Economic Impact of International Remittances on Developing Countries Using Household Surveys: A Literature Review', Journal of Development Studies, 47 (6), June, 809-28 5. Dean Yang (2011), 'Migrant Remittances', Journal of Economic Perspectives, 25 (3), Summer, 129-51 6. J. Edward Taylor (1999), 'The New Economics of Labour Migration and the Role of Remittances in the Migration Process', International Migration, 37 (1), March, 63-86 7. Ester Hernandez and Susan Bibler Coutin (2006), 'Remitting Subjects: Migrants, Money and States', Economy and Society, 35 (2), May, 185-208 PART III RATIONALE AND DETERMINANTS 8. Jorgen Carling and Kristian Hoelscher (2013), 'The Capacity and Desire to Remit: Comparing Local and Transnational Influences', Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 39 (6), 939-58 9. Henry Rempel and Richard A. Lobdell (1978), 'The Role of Urban-to-Rural Remittances in Rural Development', Journal of Development Studies, 14 (3), 324-41 10. Flore Gubert (2002), 'Do Migrants Insure Those who Stay Behind? Evidence from the Kayes Area (Western Mali)', Oxford Development Studies, 30 (3), 267-87 11. Benedicte de la Briere, Elisabeth Sadoulet, Alain de Janvry and Sylvie Lambert (2002), 'The Roles of Destination, Gender and Household Composition in Explaining Remittances: An Analysis for the Dominican Sierra', Journal of Development Economics, 68 (2), August, 309-28 12. L. Le De, J.C. Gaillard and W. Friesen (2013), 'Remittances and Disaster: A Review', International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 4 (4), June, 34-43 PART IV USES AND IMPACTS 13. A.S. Oberai and H.K. Manmohan Singh (1980), 'Migration, Remittances and Rural Development. Findings of a Case Study in the Indian Punjab', International Labour Review, 119 (2), March-April, 229-41 14. Richard H. Adams, Jr. (1998), 'Remittances, Investment and Rural Asset Accumulation in Pakistan', Economic Development and Cultural Change, 47 (1), October, 155-73 15. Pablo Acosta, Pablo Fajnzylber and J. Humberto Lopez (2007), 'The Impact of Remittances on Poverty and Human Capital: Evidence from Latin American Household Surveys', [https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/7392 License: CC BY 3.0 Unported], in Caglar OEzden and Maurice Schiff (eds), International Migration, Economic Development and Policy, Chapter 2, Washington, DC: World Bank and Palgrave Macmillan, [https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/6766 License: CC BY 3.0 IGO], 59-98 16. Richard P.C. Brown, John Connell and Eliana V. Jimenez-Soto (2014), 'Migrants' Remittances, Poverty and Social Protection in the South Pacific: Fiji and Tonga', Population, Space and Place, 20 (5), July, 434-54 17. Richard H. Adams Jr. and John Page (2005), 'Do International Migration and Remittances Reduce Poverty in Developing Countries?', World Development, 33 (10), October, 1645-69 18. Robert Goldfarb, Oli Havrylyshyn and Stephen Mangum (1984), 'Can Remittances Compensate for Manpower Outflows: The Case of Philippine Physicians', Journal of Development Economics, 15 (1-3), June-August, 1-17 19. Catalina Amu