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2011, Directions in development. Human development, ISBN 9780821386149, xxiv, 260
In Indonesia, the past two decades have been a time of great progress but also massive transformations and abrupt setbacks. In this context, this book reviews... 
Labor market | Occupational training | Skilled labor | Arbeitsmarkt | Indonesien | Qualifikation | Berufsausbildung | Indonesia | CURRICULUM | LABOR MARKETS | EDUCATION MANAGEMENT | VOUCHERS | EDUCATED WORKERS | LIFE SKILLS | TRAINING FIRMS | TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION | OLDER WORKERS | LABOR SHARE | HUMAN DEVELOPMENT | NET ENROLLMENT | SKILLED LABOR | WAGE GROWTH | UNEMPLOYMENT RATES | FIRM SURVEY | PEDAGOGY | PRIVATE SECTOR | ACCESS TO EDUCATION | GROSS ENROLLMENT | VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS | EARLY CHILDHOOD | PRODUCTION WORKERS | FIRM SURVEYS | VOCATIONAL EDUCATION | TEST SCORES | WAGE PREMIUMS | JOB MARKET | EMPLOYMENT GROWTH | PAPERS | EMPLOYMENT SHARE | HIGH UNEMPLOYMENT RATES | EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS | HUMAN RESOURCE | TRAINING PROGRAMS | SECONDARY SCHOOLS | DRIVERS | FORMAL EDUCATION | SCHOOL GRADUATES | TRAINING SYSTEM | PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS | JOBS | PROBLEM SOLVING | EDUCATION SYSTEMS | STUDENT ASSESSMENT | OCCUPATION | HIGH SCHOOL | YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT | SKILLS DEVELOPMENT | PRIMARY EDUCATION | TRAINEES | HIGHER EDUCATION | JOB OFFERS | SKILL ACQUISITION | EDUCATION FOR YOUTH | SKILL REQUIREMENTS | SCHOOL TEACHERS | TOTAL EMPLOYMENT | INTERNSHIPS | TRAINING SERVICES | JOB CREATION | HIGH UNEMPLOYMENT | SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS | VOCATIONAL SKILLS | OCCUPATIONAL TRAINING | JOBLESS GROWTH | QUALITY STANDARDS | ENROLLMENT TARGETS | LABOR MARKET | WAGE COMPRESSION | PRELIMINARY EVIDENCE | CURRICULUM RELEVANCE | EDUCATION PROGRAMS | FUNCTIONAL SKILLS | QUALITY OF EDUCATION | FORMAL EDUCATION SYSTEM | NATIONAL EDUCATION | JOB PLACEMENT | GROSS ENROLLMENT RATES | SECONDARY EDUCATION | TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES | EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS | RESEARCH CAPACITY | TEACHING METHODOLOGIES | TEACHING QUALITY | TRAINING INSTITUTES | SKILLED WORKERS | SCHOOL EDUCATION | YOUNG WORKERS | SERVICE SECTORS | FORMAL EDUCATION SECTOR | COMPUTER SKILLS | YOUNG PEOPLE | YOUTH EMPLOYMENT | HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT | CREATING JOBS | ACCREDITATION | TERTIARY EDUCATION | EDUCATIONAL UNITS | RATES OF RETURN | WAGE PREMIUM | PRIMARY SCHOOLING | FORMAL TRAINING | EMPLOYABILITY | WAGE BILL | CREATIVE THINKING | INSTRUCTORS | EMPLOYMENT | SECONDARY SCHOOL | DIPLOMAS | EDUCATIONAL QUALITY | MOBILITY | ADULTS | LANGUAGE BARRIERS | HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION | GER | JOB SKILLS | LEADERSHIP | MANPOWER | EDUCATION QUALITY | TEACHER | EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT | ON-THE-JOB TRAINING | YOUNGER WORKERS | UNEMPLOYED | RURAL WORKERS | TEMPORARY WORKERS | VOCATIONAL TRAINING | LEARNING PROCESSES | BASIC SKILLS | LITERACY | HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS | READING | LIFELONG LEARNING | PRODUCT INNOVATION | CRITICAL THINKING | NUMERACY | CAREER OPPORTUNITIES | LEARNING | TRAINING INSTITUTIONS | SKILL PREMIUMS | EMPLOYEE | PARENTAL EDUCATION | ACADEMIC SKILLS | OCCUPATIONS | JOB EXPERIENCE | TEACHER TRAINING | LEVEL OF EDUCATION | UNIVERSITIES | GENERAL SECONDARY EDUCATION | SKILL SHORTAGE | TEACHING-LEARNING | EDUCATION LEVEL | SERVICE SECTOR | FIELDS OF STUDY | DEMAND FOR EDUCATION | UNSKILLED WORKERS | WORKER | LEVELS OF EDUCATION | PUPILS | SKILL DEVELOPMENT | PROFICIENCY | SKILL PREMIUM | UNIVERSITY EDUCATION | EDUCATIONAL LEVEL | LABOR REGULATIONS | CLASSROOM | EMPLOYMENT OUTCOMES | TRAINING CENTER | SKILLED WORKFORCE | WORK EXPERIENCE | SUBJECT AREAS | LABOR FORCE | EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT | SKILLS TRAINING | RETENTION RATES | MATHEMATICS | GROSS ENROLLMENT RATE | AGE GROUPS | ASSESSMENT FRAMEWORK | UNEMPLOYMENT | TEACHING | TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESS | JOB VACANCIES | JOB TRAINING | INFORMAL EDUCATION | SCHOOLING | JOB TURNOVER | SCIENCE STUDY | EMPLOYMENT SITUATION | ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY | WORKPLACE ORGANIZATION | GENERIC SKILLS | INFORMAL TRAINING
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2012, Human development perspectives, ISBN 0821387154, xvi, 169
Creating jobs and increasing productivity are at the top of agenda for policymakers across the world. Knowledge accumulation and skills are recognized as... 
Employees | Manpower policy | Training of | Vocational education | Occupational training | Weiterbildung | Aufsatzsammlung | Bildungsmanagement | Betriebswirtschaft | Berufsbildung | BUS059000 - BUSINESS & ECONOMICS | Training | Adult & Continuing Education | Vocational Guidance | Skills | Education | EDU002000 - EDUCATION | EDU031000 - EDUCATION | Counseling | Productivity growth-TVET-Returns to training-Skills development-ALMPs-On the job training-Market and government failures-Public Policy-Human capital-Skills and Training policies | BUS066000 - BUSINESS & ECONOMICS | Social Protections and Labor | high school | Manpower | craftsmen | Global Education | Job Training | Labor Force | Income | skill development | Skills Development | higher levels of education | Industrial Training | education system | Technical Education | wage subsidies | internships | universities | Education programs | high unemployment | labor mobility | Division of Labor | secondary school | unskilled labor | general secondary education | Productivity | formal schooling | labor market indicators | life skills | classroom | training providers | Unemployment | Displaced Workers | Girls | Labor Economics | Education Reform | social skills | writing skills | innovations | Unskilled Workers | early childhood | employment opportunities | imperfect information | decision-making | schools | quality standards | new entrants | curricula | student loans | basic education | Skills Acquisition | Level of Education | Labor Market | Target Populations | classroom instruction | occupations | gender differences | quality education | Educational Development | resource allocation | perfect competition | labor markets | Market Failures | Pecuniary externalities | secondary education | Gender discrimination | continuous training | Young People | Economic Growth | innovation | secondary schools | political process | early years of life | educated workers | curriculum | capital markets | tertiary education | Training Programs | educational activities | production techniques | Insurance | education systems | labor policies | Adolescent Girls | education institutions | training courses | competitive labor markets | lower secondary education | Unemployment Rates | nongovernmental organizations | skilled labor | business processes | competitive bidding | Labour | Unemployed | vulnerable groups | Skills Training | Teaching | interactive skills | access to training | investments in education | Development Strategies | Labor Market Policies | Economics | Basic Skills | student characteristics | Data Sources | vocational skills | business services | Financial institutions | Human development | Youth | Education Sector | Education for All | literacy | political institutions | externalities | bureaucracies | early childhood development | labor costs | training costs | numeracy | Retraining | instructional content | productivity growth | trainees | adults | Training centers | apprenticeship arrangements | economic sectors | Employment | teachers | leadership | general education | Human Capital | Wages | problem-solving skills | communication skills | acquisition of knowledge | student learning | bargaining | cognitive skills | public institutions | problem solving | data collection | enrollment | living standards | Interventions | classroom learning | Skilled Workers | bargaining power | low levels of education | Vocational Training | Free Press | schooling | Academic Programs | social benefits
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Journal of European Social Policy, ISSN 0958-9287, 5/2015, Volume 25, Issue 2, pp. 225 - 241
We often hear that the high unemployment rates of low-educated workers in Europe are due to the rigidities of the institutions increasing the labour costs that... 
employment | Active labour market policies | job displacement | labour market flexibility | low-educated workers | economic growth | MATTERS | PERSPECTIVE | PROTECTION | POLITICAL-ECONOMY | PERFORMANCE | SOCIAL ISSUES | FRANCE | GERMANY | PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION | UNEMPLOYMENT | BRITAIN | WATER | Employment | Economic growth | Unemployment | Neoliberalism | Job creation | Industrialized nations
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2012, Human development perspectives, ISBN 0821387154, xvi, 169
Creating jobs and increasing productivity are at the top of agenda for policymakers across the world. Knowledge accumulation and skills are recognized as... 
Employees | Manpower policy | Training of | Vocational education | Occupational training | Weiterbildung | Aufsatzsammlung | Bildungsmanagement | Betriebswirtschaft | Berufsbildung | BUS059000 - BUSINESS & ECONOMICS | Training | Adult & Continuing Education | Vocational Guidance | Skills | Education | EDU002000 - EDUCATION | EDU031000 - EDUCATION | Counseling | Productivity growth-TVET-Returns to training-Skills development-ALMPs-On the job training-Market and government failures-Public Policy-Human capital-Skills and Training policies | BUS066000 - BUSINESS & ECONOMICS | Social Protections and Labor | high school | Manpower | craftsmen | Global Education | Job Training | Labor Force | Income | skill development | Skills Development | higher levels of education | Industrial Training | education system | Technical Education | wage subsidies | internships | universities | Education programs | high unemployment | labor mobility | Division of Labor | secondary school | unskilled labor | general secondary education | Productivity | formal schooling | labor market indicators | life skills | classroom | training providers | Unemployment | Displaced Workers | Girls | Labor Economics | Education Reform | social skills | writing skills | innovations | Unskilled Workers | early childhood | employment opportunities | imperfect information | decision-making | schools | quality standards | new entrants | curricula | student loans | basic education | Skills Acquisition | Level of Education | Labor Market | Target Populations | classroom instruction | occupations | gender differences | quality education | Educational Development | resource allocation | perfect competition | labor markets | Market Failures | Pecuniary externalities | secondary education | Gender discrimination | continuous training | Young People | Economic Growth | innovation | secondary schools | political process | early years of life | educated workers | curriculum | capital markets | tertiary education | Training Programs | educational activities | production techniques | Insurance | education systems | labor policies | Adolescent Girls | education institutions | training courses | competitive labor markets | lower secondary education | Unemployment Rates | nongovernmental organizations | skilled labor | business processes | competitive bidding | Labour | Unemployed | vulnerable groups | Skills Training | Teaching | interactive skills | access to training | investments in education | Development Strategies | Labor Market Policies | Economics | Basic Skills | student characteristics | Data Sources | vocational skills | business services | Financial institutions | Human development | Youth | Education Sector | Education for All | literacy | political institutions | externalities | bureaucracies | early childhood development | labor costs | training costs | numeracy | Retraining | instructional content | productivity growth | trainees | adults | Training centers | apprenticeship arrangements | economic sectors | Employment | teachers | leadership | general education | Human Capital | Wages | problem-solving skills | communication skills | acquisition of knowledge | student learning | bargaining | cognitive skills | public institutions | problem solving | data collection | enrollment | living standards | Interventions | classroom learning | Skilled Workers | bargaining power | low levels of education | Vocational Training | Free Press | schooling | Academic Programs | social benefits
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International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality, ISSN 0959-6119, 2012, Volume 24, Issue 4, pp. 553 - 573
This study explores generational differences in the psychological contract of hospitality employees and work outcomes such as commitment and turnover intention. 
Hotels | Psychological contract | The Netherlands | Hospitality | Generation | Employees turnover | Job commitment | 3-COMPONENT MODEL | METAANALYSIS | MANAGEMENT | EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP | TURNOVER INTENTIONS | HIGHLY EDUCATED EMPLOYEES | IMPACT | NORMATIVE COMMITMENT | HOSPITALITY, LEISURE, SPORT & TOURISM | VALUES | ANTECEDENTS | ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT
Journal Article
European Journal of Social Work, ISSN 1369-1457, 05/2019, Volume 22, Issue 3, pp. 400 - 411
Journal Article
2008, Directions in development. Human development, ISBN 9780821375105, xi, 96
Contents: The conceptual framework -- Educational outcomes and their impact on labor market outcomes -- Employment outcomes and links to the broader economic... 
Labor supply | Education | Economic development | Effect of education on | Bildungsabschluss | Arbeitsplatzangebot | Bildungsertrag | Ghana | Pakistan | Entwicklungsland | Developing countries | CURRICULUM | INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY | LABOR MARKETS | FINDING EMPLOYMENT | EDUCATED WORKERS | PROGRAM DESIGN | YOUTH LABOR | MACROECONOMIC STABILITY | EMPLOYMENT STATUS | MINIMUM WAGE | SKILLED LABOR | CONTINUING EDUCATION | MARKET CONDITIONS | ETHICS | LARGE FIRMS | CASH TRANSFERS | INTEREST RATES | BASIC EDUCATION | PRIVATE SECTOR | EARNINGS | DISADVANTAGED WORKERS | CLASS SIZE | LIFETIME | CONTRIBUTION | GENDER GAP | QUALITY PRIMARY EDUCATION | EARLY CHILDHOOD | INVESTMENT CLIMATE | PRIMARY LEVEL | HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS | INFORMAL EMPLOYMENT | INVESTING | WAGE EMPLOYMENT | COMPLETION RATES | LITERATE WOMEN | SCHOOLS | JOB MARKET | LOW INCOMES | LABOR MARKET POLICY | AGE GROUP | DRUG ADDICTION | ACTIVE LABOR | VALUABLE | FIRM SIZE | RAPID GROWTH | SALES | POVERTY ALLEVIATION | RESEARCH ASSISTANCE | TRAINING PROGRAMS | FORMAL EDUCATION | CONTRIBUTIONS | TECHNICAL EDUCATION | JOBS | PROBLEM SOLVING | EDUCATION SYSTEMS | QUALITY SCHOOLS | SMALL BUSINESSES | STUDENT ASSESSMENT | EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES | OCCUPATION | LABOR MARKET OUTCOMES | TEACHERS | SKILLS DEVELOPMENT | AVERAGE RATES OF RETURN | PRIMARY EDUCATION | HIGHER EDUCATION | SELF-EMPLOYMENT | LIVING STANDARDS | BENEFITS OF EDUCATION | ACCESS TO QUALITY EDUCATION | DISADVANTAGED YOUTH | LOW LEVELS OF EDUCATION | JOB CREATION | HIGH UNEMPLOYMENT | RATE OF RETURN | INDIRECT COSTS | SCHOOL MANAGEMENT | PUBLIC INVESTMENT | LABOR MARKET | PRIMARY SCHOOL CYCLE | RETURNS TO EDUCATION | FORMAL SCHOOLING | COGNITIVE SKILLS | LABOR MARKET REGULATIONS | DIRECT INVESTMENT | PRIMARY SCHOOL | SCHOOL FACILITIES | QUALITY OF EDUCATION | WAGES | FORMAL EDUCATION SYSTEM | LABOR SUPPLY | HOUSEHOLD SURVEY | WAGE DISTRIBUTION | FUNCTIONALLY LITERATE | EXCHANGE RATES | WAGE DIFFERENTIALS | SECONDARY EDUCATION | ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT | SALARIED EMPLOYMENT | TYPES OF EDUCATION | EXCHANGE RATE | DOMESTIC MARKET | FUNCTIONAL LITERACY | EXPANSION OF EDUCATION | SKILLED EMPLOYEES | SKILLED WORKERS | WAGE DISPERSION | YOUNG WORKERS | ACTIVE LABOR MARKET INTERVENTIONS | YOUNG PEOPLE | INFORMAL SECTOR | WAGE | LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION | TERTIARY EDUCATION | EDUCATIONAL POLICY | EDUCATION SYSTEM | PRIMARY SCHOOLING | EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES | MARKET DEMANDS | SCHOOL AGE | TEXTBOOKS | WORKING LIVES | SECONDARY SCHOOL | BANK EDUCATION | FINANCIAL MARKETS | MATH | EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES | HIGHER LEVEL OF EDUCATION | HIGHER LEVELS OF EDUCATION | PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS | LABOR MARKET INTERVENTIONS | PRODUCT MARKET | ON-THE-JOB TRAINING | CURRICULA | UNEMPLOYED | LABOR MARKET TRAINING | QUALITY LEARNING | LABOR MARKET REGULATION | LABOR MARKET SUCCESS | VOCATIONAL TRAINING | INCOME INEQUALITY | EDUCATIONAL SUPPLY | QUALITY EDUCATION | EDUCATION OF WOMEN | EMPLOYMENT GUARANTEE | YOUNG WOMEN | LABOR MARKET POLICIES | BASIC SKILLS | LITERACY | LITERACY LEVELS | INCOMES | READING | LIFELONG LEARNING | CRITICAL THINKING | NUMERACY | SCHOOL FEES | EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS | EMPLOYEE | LITERACY SKILLS | OCCUPATIONS | EDUCATION DECISIONS | INFLATION | NATIONAL ECONOMY | LEVEL OF EDUCATION | LOW-INCOME | OLDER AGE GROUP | DEMAND FOR EDUCATION | INVESTMENT CLIMATE ASSESSMENT | WORKER | RATES OF RETURN TO EDUCATION | TRAINING OF TEACHERS | LABOR MARKET FRAMEWORK | TAX RATES | EDUCATIONAL LEVELS | ACTIVE LABOR MARKET | LABOR REGULATIONS | EMPLOYMENT OUTCOMES | SOCIAL SKILLS | LABOR POLICIES | SKILLED WORKFORCE | TRAINING ACTIVITIES | EARNINGS REGRESSIONS | WORK EXPERIENCE | TEACHING METHODS | VOCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS | BASIC LITERACY | SOCIAL PROTECTION | LABOR FORCE | LABOR MARKET INFORMATION | FREE EDUCATION | EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT | LABOR MARKET OUTCOME | INVESTMENT IN EDUCATION | HIGH WAGES | HUMAN CAPITAL | MIDDLE SCHOOL | TECHNICAL SKILLS | ON-THEJOB TRAINING | AGE GROUPS | QUALITY OF LIFE | STUDENT ASSESSMENTS | UNEMPLOYMENT | TEACHING | JOB TRAINING | EARLY INVESTMENT | SCHOOLING | LABOR DEMAND | EDUCATION POLICY | EDUCATION POLICIES | LABOR MARKET CONDITIONS | ACCESS TO CREDIT | QUALITY SCHOOLING | PRODUCTIVITY
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International Nursing Review, ISSN 0020-8132, 12/2014, Volume 61, Issue 4, pp. 479 - 486
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04/2009, World Bank Working Paper, ISBN 0821379194, Volume 163
The World Bank has been at the global forefront in research on remittances. Studying over twelve bilateral remittance corridors thus far, the financial market... 
SPECIFIC INCENTIVES | INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY | REMITTANCE TRANSACTIONS | COUNTRY OF ORIGIN | REMITTANCE SYSTEMS | EMIGRATION | CITIZENSHIP | MIGRANT OUTFLOWS | HUMAN DEVELOPMENT | IMMIGRATION RESTRICTIONS | ELECTRONIC FUNDS | UNEMPLOYMENT RATES | ECONOMIC GROWTH | FORMAL REMITTANCES | CASH TRANSFERS | ROLE OF REMITTANCES | HOST COUNTRY | IMPORTANCE OF REMITTANCES | PURCHASING POWER PARITY | DEVELOPMENTAL IMPACT | MIGRATION DATA | GLOBAL REMITTANCES | CREDIT UNION | REMITTANCE RECEIVING COUNTRIES | INFORMAL CHANNELS | FOREIGN EXCHANGE | URBAN AREAS | REMITTANCE BUSINESS | IMMIGRATION POLICY | SERVICE PROVIDER | POLITICAL INSTABILITY | HOST COUNTRIES | FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS | VULNERABILITY | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | HOUSEHOLD LEVEL | BANKS | SKILLED MIGRANTS | PUSH FACTOR | BASIC INFRASTRUCTURE | HOME COUNTRIES | POVERTY ALLEVIATION | RETURNEES | POPULATION GROWTH | ECONOMIC INDICATORS | INFORMAL REMITTANCE | REMITTANCE RECIPIENTS | REMITTANCE SERVICES | MIGRANT WORKERS | ALLEVIATION OF POVERTY | BANKING INDUSTRY | FINANCIAL SERVICES | HOUSEHOLDS | UNION | PURCHASING POWER | INTERNATIONAL BANK | VALUE CARD | FINANCIAL MARKET | MONEY TRANSFERS | NURSE | REMITTANCE OUTFLOWS | TRANSFER SERVICES | REMITTANCE TRANSFERS | FAMILIES | MIGRATION FLOWS | ADULT POPULATION | KINSHIP | LABOR MARKET | MULTINATIONAL | REMITTANCE FLOWS | UNDOCUMENTED MIGRANTS | ECONOMIC COOPERATION | LOCAL ECONOMY | ALTERNATIVE REMITTANCE SYSTEM | WAR | BALANCE OF PAYMENTS | EXCHANGE RATES | PROGRESS | GLOBAL POPULATION | EXCHANGE RATE | REMITTANCE TRANSFER | MIGRATION | SKILLED WORKERS | WORKING POPULATION | REGULATORY REGIME | CAPITA INCOME | REMITTANCE RECEIVING | UNIONS | MIGRANT | MONEY TRANSFER OPERATORS | BALANCE OF PAYMENT | REMITTANCES | FORMAL TRANSFER SYSTEMS | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | SEND MONEY | DEPOSIT | EXPENDITURE | RECENT IMMIGRANTS | REMITTANCE CORRIDORS | NATIONAL AUTHORITIES | MONEY LAUNDERING | REGULATORY FRAMEWORKS | REMITTANCE SENDERS | ETHNIC GROUPS | IMMIGRANT | REMITTERS | SKILLED MIGRATION | MONEY ORDERS | DISSEMINATION | TRANSFER FEES | NATIONALS | ASSISTANCE ORGANIZATION | REGULATORY FRAMEWORK | TEMPORARY WORKERS | INCOME INEQUALITY | MERCHANT | REMITTANCE INFLOWS | REMITTANCE SENDER | FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENTS | REMITTANCE FLOW | TRANSFER SYSTEMS | COMMERCIAL BANK | OFFICIAL DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE | INCOMES | INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION | TRANSFER COSTS | ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING | PULL FACTORS | MIGRATION PATTERNS | DRUG TRAFFICKING | REMITTANCE TRANSACTION | CHOICES OF CHANNELS | GLOBAL REMITTANCE | REMITTANCE SERVICE | CREDIT UNIONS | LEGAL STATUS | PULL FACTOR | NATURAL DISASTERS | DIASPORA | POPULATION PROJECTIONS | MICROFINANCE INSTITUTION | MIGRANT FLOWS | PUSH FACTORS | PAYMENT OF EMPLOYEES | IMPACT OF REMITTANCES | TERRORIST | INTERNATIONAL REMITTANCE | MONEY TRANSFER OPERATOR | PERMANENT RESIDENTS | INFORMAL FLOWS | MONEY TRANSFER | IMMIGRATION | INFORMAL TRANSFERS | REMITTANCE SENDING | ECONOMIC TRENDS | POLICY DECISIONS | FINANCIAL FLOWS | LIVING CONDITIONS | MICROFINANCE | GROWTH OF REMITTANCES | WIRE TRANSFERS | CHRONIC UNEMPLOYMENT | EDUCATED MIGRANTS | MIGRANT REMITTANCES | REMITTANCE SERVICE PROVIDERS | FINANCIAL REGULATION | POVERTY REDUCTION | REMITTANCE CORRIDOR | TRANSFER PRODUCTS | PROVISION OF SERVICES | SEND MONEY HOME | BRAIN DRAIN | FOREIGN WORKERS | TRADE IMBALANCES | POPULATION SIZE | MONEY TRANSFER COMPANY | EXPATRIATES | SECURITY SITUATION | REMITTANCE MARKET | REMITTANCE DATA | HUMAN CAPITAL | MIGRANT DIASPORA | PAYMENT SERVICE | HIGH-FREQUENCY TRANSACTIONS | MFI | FINANCES | GENDER | PERMANENT RESIDENT | UNEMPLOYMENT | COMPENSATION OF EMPLOYEES | TRANSFER FEE | FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT | DIASPORA COMMUNITIES | ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS | REMITTANCE COMPANIES | GROSS NATIONAL INCOME | BANK TRANSFER | SOCIAL FACTORS | WIRE TRANSFER | REMITTANCE CHANNELS | WORLD POPULATION | CAPITA REMITTANCES | REMITTANCE | TRANSFER CHANNELS | SERVICE PROVIDERS | COOPERATIVE CREDIT | SOCIAL AFFAIRS | COUNTRIES OF ORIGIN
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De Economist, ISSN 0013-063X, 9/2018, Volume 166, Issue 3, pp. 259 - 283
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