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2008, World Bank working paper, ISBN 0821375784, Volume no. 149, xxi, 97 p., [1] folded leaf
In Malaysia, Indonesian migrants are showing an increasingly clear preference for informal transfer mechanisms compared to their counterparts in other... 
Migrant remittances | Foreign workers, Indonesian | Malaysia | Indonesia | SPECIFIC INCENTIVES | LOAN REPAYMENTS | WORKERS REMITTANCES | POLICY FORMULATION | BALANCE OF PAYMENT STATISTICS | REMITTANCE SYSTEMS | CITIZENSHIP | LABOR SHORTAGES | MARRIED WOMEN | ECONOMIC GROWTH | POLICY FRAMEWORK | IMPORTANCE OF REMITTANCES | DEVELOPMENTAL IMPACT | MIGRATION DATA | REMITTANCE DISTRIBUTION | GLOBAL REMITTANCES | HOME COUNTRY | INFORMAL CHANNELS | FINANCIAL INSTITUTION | PREGNANCIES | FOREIGN EXCHANGE | URBAN AREAS | SAVINGS FROM MIGRATION | HOST COUNTRIES | FOREIGN EXCHANGE BUREAUS | RELIGIOUS INSTITUTIONS | SEXUAL ABUSE | VULNERABILITY | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | BANKS | LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY | BANKING SERVICES | POVERTY ALLEVIATION | INDUSTRIALIZATION | DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL OF REMITTANCES | TRANSPORTATION | POPULATION GROWTH | LOCAL GOVERNMENTS | ECONOMIC INDICATORS | INFORMAL REMITTANCE | MIGRANT WORKERS | EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES | REMITTANCE AMOUNT | DEVELOPMENT PLANNING | FINANCIAL SERVICES | UNION | FLOWS OF REMITTANCES | SOCIAL STATUS | MIGRATION PROCESS | FOCUS GROUP DISCUSSIONS | BORDER TRANSFERS | INTERNATIONAL BANK | MACROECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT | MONEY TRANSFERS | REMITTANCE OUTFLOWS | DUE DILIGENCE REQUIREMENTS | REMITTANCE TRANSFERS | FAMILIES | HUMAN RIGHTS | FAMILY MEMBERS | WORKER REMITTANCES | PRESIDENTIAL DECREE | FINANCIAL LITERACY TRAINING | REMITTANCE FLOWS | TRANSFER OF REMITTANCES | UNDOCUMENTED MIGRANTS | INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY | RURAL AREAS | JOB-SEEKERS | RECIPIENT COUNTRY | ISSUE OF GENDER | BALANCE OF PAYMENTS | ANTI-TERRORISM | EXCHANGE RATE | REMITTANCE TRANSFER | INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR MIGRATION | MIGRATION | IDENTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS | AMOUNT OF REMITTANCES | COSTS OF TRANSFERS | HEALTH CARE | MIGRANT | MONEY TRANSFER OPERATORS | ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY | BALANCE OF PAYMENT | MONEY REMITTANCES | REMITTANCES | MIGRANT WORKER | FORMAL TRANSFER SYSTEMS | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | SEND MONEY | RECIPIENT COUNTRIES | CITIZENS | SOCIAL PRESSURE | INFORMAL TRANSFER | REMITTANCE CORRIDORS | UNDOCUMENTED WORKERS | ILLEGAL MIGRATION | UNDOCUMENTED MIGRANT | REGULATORY FRAMEWORKS | REMITTANCE SENDERS | ELECTRONIC TRANSFERS | IMMIGRANT | WORKFORCE | FINANCIAL MARKETS | MOTHER | SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT | OVERSEAS MIGRANTS | MINISTRY OF HEALTH | DISSEMINATION | BANK FINANCING | TRANSFER FEES | ILLEGAL MIGRANTS | FLOW OF MIGRANTS | REGULATORY FRAMEWORK | DEVELOPMENT POLICY | REMITTANCE INFLOWS | TRANSFER MONEY | FINANCIAL LITERACY | TRANSFER SYSTEMS | OFFICIAL DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE | INCOMES | INFORMAL REMITTANCES | DISTRIBUTION OF REMITTANCES | IMMIGRATION STATUS | TRANSFER COSTS | ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING | INFORMAL ECONOMY | REMITTANCE PROCESS | CHOICES OF CHANNELS | GLOBAL REMITTANCE | HOME AFFAIRS | REMITTANCE SERVICE | EMPLOYER | FEMALE MIGRANTS | INTERNATIONAL MIGRANT | LEGAL STATUS | FINANCIAL PRODUCTS | TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE | MIGRANT FLOWS | IMPACT OF REMITTANCES | TERRORIST | BALANCE OF PAYMENTS STATISTICS | INFORMAL FLOWS | INFORMED CHOICES | MONEY TRANSFER | SAVINGS INSTRUMENTS | IMMIGRATION | INFORMAL TRANSFERS | ROLE OF GENDER | ECONOMIC TRENDS | FINANCIAL FLOWS | LIVING CONDITIONS | RURAL BANK | REMITTANCE SERVICE PROVIDERS | USE OF REMITTANCES | COURIER SERVICES | BANK ACCOUNTS | POVERTY REDUCTION | SPONSORS | REMITTANCE CORRIDOR | TRANSFER PROCESS | WORK EXPERIENCE | INVESTMENT OF REMITTANCES | SEND MONEY HOME | FOREIGN WORKERS | DESTINATION COUNTRY | LABOR FORCE | FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS | LEGAL PROTECTION | PUBLIC KNOWLEDGE | REMITTANCE MARKET | SOCIAL WELFARE | REMITTANCE DATA | TRANSFER MECHANISMS | COUNTRY OF DESTINATION | DEPOSIT INSURANCE | HIGH LEVELS OF REMITTANCES | HOUSEHOLD WELFARE | AVERAGE REMITTANCE | GOVERNMENT AGENCIES | ELECTRONIC PAYMENT | COMPENSATION OF EMPLOYEES | ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS | FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT | NUMBER OF MIGRANTS | GROSS NATIONAL INCOME | REMITTANCE CHANNELS | PUBLIC AWARENESS | WORLD POPULATION | AVERAGE TRANSFER | REMITTANCE | TRANSFER CHANNELS | POLITICAL CHANGE | RURAL COMMUNITIES | SERVICE PROVIDERS
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2007, World Bank working paper, ISBN 9780821370230, Volume no. 92, xiv, 81
This study is the first research work on remittances conducted in Nigeria and reveals the actual state of its remittance market. The report describes how... 
Emigrant remittances | Informal sector (Economics) | Great Britain | Nigeria | MIGRANT | MONEY TRANSFER OPERATORS | LEGAL FRAMEWORK | CHILD LABOR | REMITTANCES | WORKERS REMITTANCES | FORMAL TRANSFER SYSTEMS | REMITTANCE TRANSACTIONS | SEND MONEY | COUNTRY OF ORIGIN | REMITTANCE INDUSTRY | RECIPIENT COUNTRIES | CITIZENS | COST OF TRANSFERS | EMIGRATION | INDIVIDUALS | CITIZENSHIP | INFORMAL TRANSFER | FOREIGN CURRENCY | REMITTANCE CORRIDORS | TRANSFER COST | MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOAL | NURSES | MONEY LAUNDERING | MIDDLE EAST | REMITTANCE SENDERS | ETHNIC GROUPS | COMMUNITIES OF ORIGIN | ELECTRONIC FUNDS | INTERNATIONAL MONEY ORDER | ECONOMIC GROWTH | FARMS | IMMIGRANTS | BANK ACCOUNT | CORRESPONDENT BANKS | DEVELOPMENTAL IMPACT | EMPLOYEE COMPENSATION | COMPANY | LIMITED | POLICY | DEVELOPMENT IMPACT OF REMITTANCES | GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES | DISSEMINATION | DUE DILIGENCE | FOREIGN EXCHANGE | URBAN AREAS | ESTATE | HUMANITARIAN AFFAIRS | REMITTANCE BUSINESS | SERVICE PROVIDER | BANK DRAFT | COLLECTIVE REMITTANCES | NATIONALS | SUBSIDIARY | ETHNIC GROUP | SURVEY OF REMITTANCE PRODUCTS | REGULATORY FRAMEWORK | FORMAL MONEY TRANSFERS | SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA | ACQUISITION | FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS | ORPHANS | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | BANK DRAFT PAYMENTS | LEGISLATION | TRANSFER MONEY | WESTERN EUROPE | REMITTANCE FLOW | COMMERCIAL BANK | INCOME | BANKS | SKILLED MIGRANTS | FEDERAL GOVERNMENTS | MIGRANTS | VALUE OF REMITTANCES | HOME COUNTRIES | OFFICIAL DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE | RECIPIENT OF REMITTANCES | REMITTANCE PAYMENT | TRANSFER COSTS | SAHARA | ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING | REMITTANCE PRODUCTS | LOCAL CURRENCY | INFORMAL REMITTANCE | SETTLEMENT SYSTEMS | ELDERLY | REMITTANCE TRANSACTION | DATA ON REMITTANCES | REMITTANCE SERVICES | COLLECTIVE | REMITTANCE SERVICE | BANK TRANSFERS | MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENTS | LEGAL STATUS | FINANCIAL PRODUCTS | TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE | DIASPORA | FINANCIAL SERVICES | FINANCIAL SYSTEMS | UNION | ADB | BANKING SUPERVISION | ELECTRONIC PAYMENTS | TERRORIST | INTERNATIONAL REMITTANCE | CASH-TO-CASH | MONEY TRANSFERS | UNSKILLED LABOR | CLEARING HOUSE | EXTENDED FAMILY | MONEY TRANSFER OPERATOR | SET OF RECOMMENDATIONS | ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFER | MONEY TRANSFER | REMITTANCE TRANSFERS | FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARIES | FAMILY MEMBERS | UNIVERSITY EDUCATION | PARTNERSHIP | ACCOUNT-TO-ACCOUNT | MONEY TRANSMITTERS | PEER REVIEW | REMITTANCE SERVICE PROVIDERS | SEND REMITTANCES | PERMANENT RESIDENCE | POVERTY REDUCTION | SPECIFIC REMITTANCE | TRANSFER PROCESS | ACCOUNT HOLDERS | WORKER REMITTANCES | INITIATIVES ON REMITTANCES | SEND MONEY HOME | REMITTANCE FLOWS | COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT | MARKET COMPETITION | INTERNATIONAL REMITTANCE SYSTEMS | PETROLEUM EXPORTING COUNTRIES | WAGES | ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES | PERSONS | RURAL AREAS | OLD AGE | POSTAL SERVICE | REMITTANCE MARKET | SOCIAL WELFARE | USES OF REMITTANCES | CENTRAL BANKS | SOCIETY | NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS | MONEY TO FAMILIES | BALANCE OF PAYMENTS | CURRENCY CONVERSIONS | TRANSFER MECHANISMS | TRANSPORT | CONTRIBUTION OF REMITTANCES | HOUSING | BANK DATA | PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION | CITIZEN | COST OF LIVING | EXCHANGE RATE | FOREIGN EXCHANGE RATES | REMITTANCE TRANSFER | AVERAGE REMITTANCE | HUMAN TRAFFICKING | MIGRATION | COMPENSATION OF EMPLOYEES | TRANSFER FEE | EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK | FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT | BANK OF ENGLAND | BANK TRANSFER | BANK BRANCHES | REMITTANCE | TRANSFER CHANNELS | FUNDS FLOW | PRODUCTIVITY | SAVINGS | MONEY HOME
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2011, World Bank study, ISBN 0821387871, xv, 42
This report identifies challenges in the migration process from Nepal to Qatar (related to high migration costs and their financing) and constraints in the... 
Emigrant remittances | Qatar Emigration and immigrationEconomic aspects | Nepal Emigration and immigrationEconomic aspects | Economic aspects | Emigration and immigration | Qatar | Nepal | CHECKS | POPULATION INCREASE | NATIONAL POPULATION | EMIGRATION | ISSUANCE | FOREIGN CURRENCY | ABUSE | LIQUIDITY MANAGEMENT | MIGRANT OUTFLOWS | HUMAN DEVELOPMENT | MARKET CONDITIONS | BANK GUARANTEE | ELECTRONIC FUNDS | ECONOMIC GROWTH | RESERVE BANK OF INDIA | INTEREST RATES | HOST COUNTRY | TRADING | MONEY TRANSFER COMPANIES | POLICY DIALOGUE | INFORMAL CHANNELS | FINANCIAL INSTITUTION | CENTRAL BANK | FOREIGN EXCHANGE | SERVICE PROVIDER | POLITICAL INSTABILITY | LIQUIDITY | FRAUD | HOST COUNTRIES | MARKET SHARE | JOB OPPORTUNITIES | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | ACCOUNTABILITY | INTEGRITY | BANKS | BANKING SERVICES | LIQUIDITY RISK | TRANSPORTATION | LOCAL CURRENCY | BUS SERVICE | WORK MIGRATION | REMITTANCE SERVICES | MIGRANT WORKERS | PAYMENT SYSTEMS | MONEY GRAM | DISBURSEMENTS | FINANCIAL SERVICES | SKILLS DEVELOPMENT | BANK GUARANTEES | ECONOMIC CONDITIONS | MIGRATION PROCESS | INTERNATIONAL BANK | CASH TRANSFER | MOBILE PHONES | CASH-TO-CASH | MONEY TRANSFERS | MONEY ORDER | REMITTANCE OUTFLOWS | ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFER | REMITTANCE TRANSFERS | FAMILY MEMBERS | TAX DEDUCTIONS | ACCOUNT-TO-ACCOUNT | CREDIT TRANSFERS | MIGRANT LABOR | RESERVE BANK | PHYSICAL CASH TRANSFER | TRANSFER OF FUNDS | LABOR MARKET | MIGRANT WORKFORCE | RESERVE | TRANSFER SYSTEM | PAYMENT SERVICES | LEGAL FRAMEWORKS | REMITTANCE FLOWS | MONEY EXPRESS | DEVELOPMENT BANK | WAGES | ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES | BABY | INSURANCE | DEFAULT RISK | RURAL AREAS | BORROWER | CENTRAL BANKS | MIDDLEMAN | CURRENCY TRANSACTION | RETURN | LOAN | EXCHANGE RATES | LIVING STANDARD | MONEY LENDER | ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT | BANK DATA | EXCHANGE RATE | REMITTANCE TRANSFER | CURRENCY | MIGRATION | SKILLED WORKERS | RESERVES | SAVINGS | FOREIGN BANKS | MIGRANT | COLLATERAL | REMITTANCES | MARKET PLAYERS | MIGRANT WORKER | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | DEPOSIT | DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS | INFORMAL TRANSFER | REGULATORY FRAMEWORKS | EMPLOYMENT | ELECTRONIC TRANSFERS | BANK ACCOUNT | SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT | FINANCIAL STABILITY | LACK OF AWARENESS | LAWS | MONEY ORDERS | INTERNATIONAL MONEY TRANSFER | DISSEMINATION | DUE DILIGENCE | FINANCIAL FLOW | TRANSFER FEES | NATIONALS | SUBSIDIARY | REGULATORY FRAMEWORK | REPATRIATION | MIGRATION POLICIES | EXCHANGE COMMISSION | MIDDLEMEN | TRANSACTION | REMITTANCE INFLOWS | INCOME | FINANCIAL INFORMATION | MIGRANTS | TRANSFER COSTS | BEST PRACTICES | ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING | PULL FACTORS | SECURITIES | INTERNATIONAL MONEY ORDERS | PRIVATE COMMERCIAL BANKS | REGULATORY CONSTRAINTS | BANK BRANCH | DISEASES | DEPOSITS | LEGAL STATUS | DEVELOPMENT BANKS | LOCAL MONEYLENDERS | PUSH FACTORS | SAVINGS ACCOUNTS | EXCHANGE RATE MOVEMENTS | POLITICAL UNCERTAINTY | TAX | UNSKILLED WORKERS | REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH | MONEY TRANSFER OPERATOR | NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS | RESPECT | MONEY TRANSFER | IMMIGRATION | INFORMAL TRANSFERS | LIFE INSURANCE | ACCOUNTING | TERRORISM | TRANSACTION COSTS | WIRE TRANSFERS | LIQUIDITY RISKS | BRANCH NETWORK | COURIER SERVICES | BANK ACCOUNTS | TRANSFER PROCESS | TEMPORARY MIGRATION | DEBIT CARDS | BANK DRAFTS | PAYMENT SYSTEM | FOREIGN WORKERS | MARKET COMPETITION | LABOR FORCE | CREDIT GUARANTEE | POSTAL SERVICE | REMITTANCE MARKET | MOBILE PHONE | DISBURSEMENT | TRANSFER MECHANISMS | TRANSPORT | COLLECT CASH | FOREIGN EXCHANGE RATE | TRANSPARENCY | REPAYMENT | LOCAL BANKS | PORTFOLIO | UNEMPLOYMENT | MONETARY FUND | LOAN REPAYMENT | TRANSFER FEE | CREDIT TRANSFER | POPULATION DIVISION | REMITTANCE | TRANSFER CHANNELS | CHECKING ACCOUNTS | SERVICE PROVIDERS | INTERNATIONAL MONEY TRANSFER OPERATORS
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2010, World Bank working paper, ISBN 0821381393, Volume no. 177, xvi, 76
This report on the U.S.- Honduras remittance corridor describes the remittance regulatory and market environment, financial inclusion strategies by financial... 
Emigrant remittances | Honduras Emigration and immigrationEconomic aspects | United States Emigration and immigrationEconomic aspects | Hondurans | Finance | MIGRATION STATISTICS | REMITTANCE RECEIVERS | LOCAL COMMUNITIES | SPECIES | REMITTANCE TRANSACTIONS | COUNTRY OF ORIGIN | REMITTANCE INDUSTRY | EMIGRATION | CITIZENSHIP | NATIONAL STRATEGY | POSTAL SERVICES | ECONOMIC GROWTH | ACCESS TO SERVICES | COUNTRIES OF DESTINATION | PUBLIC POLICY | HOST COUNTRY | MIGRATION DATA | REMITTANCE DISTRIBUTION | HOME COUNTRY | MONEY TRANSFER COMPANIES | REMITTANCE RECEIVING COUNTRIES | FINANCIAL INSTITUTION | FINANCIAL CONTRIBUTION | FOREIGN EXCHANGE | URBAN AREAS | AMOUNTS OF REMITTANCES | IMPACT OF MIGRATION | SERVICE PROVIDER | CASH REMITTANCES | HOST COUNTRIES | FOREIGN EXCHANGE BUREAUS | IRREGULAR MIGRATION | MIGRANTS SENDING REMITTANCES | SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE | INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS | JOB OPPORTUNITIES | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | TEMPORARY PROTECTION | MIGRANT COMMUNITIES | HOUSEHOLD LEVEL | SKILLED MIGRANTS | LEGAL MIGRATION | HOME COUNTRIES | LOCAL CURRENCY | MONEY TRANSFER OPERATION | HEALTH INSURANCE | REMITTANCE PAYMENTS | REMITTANCE RECIPIENTS | REMITTANCE SERVICES | CAPITAL FLOWS | MIGRANT WORKERS | FINANCIAL SERVICES | FLOWS OF REMITTANCES | PRIMARY EDUCATION | MIGRATION PROCESS | COURIER COMPANIES | CASH TRANSFER | RETURN MIGRATION | MONEY TRANSFERS | UNSKILLED LABOR | BENEFICIARIES OF REMITTANCES | TRANSFER SERVICES | REMITTANCE TRANSFERS | FAMILY MEMBERS | KINSHIP | TEMPORARY MIGRANTS | WARS | NATIONAL POLICY | RECIPIENTS OF REMITTANCES | NATIONAL COMMITTEE | LABOR MARKET | REMITTANCE FLOWS | UNDOCUMENTED MIGRANTS | INTERNAL MIGRATION | LOCAL ECONOMY | BANK SECRECY ACT | RURAL AREAS | GROSS NATIONAL PRODUCT | CURRENCY TRANSACTION | HOMELAND SECURITY | CITIZEN | EXCHANGE RATE | INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR MIGRATION | MIGRATION | HOME COMMUNITIES | OVERSEAS REMITTANCES | MIGRANTS ASSOCIATIONS | ARMED CONFLICTS | YOUNG PEOPLE | CAPITA INCOME | REMITTANCE RECEIVING | UNIONS | IMMIGRATION ACT | TERTIARY EDUCATION | REMITTANCES | ARMED CONFLICT | MIGRANT NETWORKS | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | SEND MONEY | TRANSNATIONAL NETWORKS | REMITTANCES FROM MIGRANTS | CITIZENS | REMITTANCE CORRIDORS | MONEY LAUNDERING | UNDOCUMENTED MIGRANT | REMITTANCE SENDERS | IMMIGRANT | WORKFORCE | IMMIGRANTS | BANK ACCOUNT | REMITTANCES SERVICES | INTERNAL MIGRANTS | IRREGULAR MIGRANTS | DEVELOPMENT IMPACT OF REMITTANCES | INTERNATIONAL MONEY TRANSFER | DISSEMINATION | EXTENDED SERVICES | REFUGEES | COLLECTIVE REMITTANCES | MONEY TRANSPORT | NATIONALS | ANNUAL REMITTANCES | REGULATORY FRAMEWORK | RISK FACTORS | CHECK CASHING | NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS | NATIONAL ACTION PLAN | REMITTANCE INFLOWS | DIRECT DEPOSIT | FINANCIAL LITERACY | REMITTANCE FLOW | PUBLIC DISCUSSION | MIGRANTS | INCOMES | DISTRIBUTION OF REMITTANCES | INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION | TRANSFER COSTS | MIGRATION POLICY | REMITTANCE PRODUCTS | MIGRATION PATTERNS | INFORMAL ECONOMY | IMMIGRANT POPULATION | REMITTANCES TRANSFERS | REMITTANCE SERVICE | FEMALE MIGRANTS | CREDIT UNIONS | LEGAL STATUS | PULL FACTOR | LEVEL OF EDUCATION | FINANCIAL PRODUCTS | DIASPORA | PUSH FACTORS | POTENTIAL MIGRANTS | SAVINGS ACCOUNTS | MIGRANT GROUPS | REMITTANCE RECEIVING HOUSEHOLDS | INTERNATIONAL REMITTANCE | MONEY TRANSFER OPERATOR | RESPECT | MONEY TRANSFER | DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE | IMMIGRATION | INFORMAL TRANSFERS | HOME DELIVERY | FINANCIAL FLOWS | REMITTANCE SERVICE PROVIDERS | USE OF REMITTANCES | SEND REMITTANCES | COURIER SERVICES | BANK ACCOUNTS | UNFPA | HOUSEHOLD INCOME | COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT | DESTINATION COUNTRY | LABOR FORCE | SOCIAL SECURITY | MONEY TRANSFER SERVICE PROVIDERS | INVESTMENT IN EDUCATION | MIGRANT ASSOCIATIONS | REMITTANCE MARKET | COUNTRY OF DESTINATION | DEPOSIT INSURANCE | CONSULAR IDENTIFICATION CARDS | NATIONAL ACTION | NUMBER OF MIGRANTS | FEMALE CLIENTS | TEMPORARY WORK | MONEY TRANSFER SERVICE | REMITTANCE CHANNELS | LOCAL DEVELOPMENT | REMITTANCES FLOWS | REMITTANCE | POLICY MAKERS | ACCESS TO REMITTANCE SERVICES | RURAL COMMUNITIES | SERVICE PROVIDERS | COUNTRIES OF ORIGIN | KNOWLEDGE OF REMITTANCES
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2003, Occasional paper/International Monetary Fund, ISBN 9781589062269, Volume 222, ix, 53
Since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, there has been increased public interest in informal funds transfer (IFT) systems. This paper examines the... 
Banks and banking | Hawala system | Banking law | Money laundering | Financial Systems
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Journal of European Social Policy, ISSN 0958-9287, 11/2007, Volume 17, Issue 4, pp. 319 - 334
The `generational contract' is the most important and also the most contentious dimension of contemporary welfare systems. Much of the debate on how to reform... 
Informal support networks | Ageing societies | European families | Welfare regimes | Generations | Intergenerational transfers | ageing societies | generations | welfare regimes | SOCIAL ISSUES | intergenerational transfers | informal support networks | Families & family life | Parents & parenting | Welfare | Intergenerational relationships | Social support
Journal Article
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, ISSN 1945-7782, 7/2011, Volume 3, Issue 3, pp. 1 - 28
This paper estimates the impact of a large anti-poverty cash transfer program, the Uruguayan PANES, on political support for the government that implemented... 
Politicians | Voting behavior | Voting | Government programs | Standard error | Applied economics | Transfer payments | Political parties | Incumbents | Empirical evidence | UNITED-STATES | IMPACT | REDISTRIBUTION | BEHAVIOR | PERFORMANCE | FIELD | FAIRNESS | ECONOMICS | OUTCOMES | MODEL | ECONOMIC-CONDITIONS
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The American Economic Review, ISSN 0002-8282, 03/2009, Volume 99, Issue 1, pp. 486 - 508
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2010, Directions in development. Human development, ISBN 9780821383988, xiv, 121
Slow progress in improving the coverage of Latin America and the Caribbean's (LAC's) traditional social protection (SP) programs, combined with the deepening... 
Economic assistance, Domestic | Social security | Public welfare | LABOR MARKETS | PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT | STRUCTURAL REFORMS | ANTIPOVERTY PROGRAMS | INEQUALITY | POOR | HEALTH PROGRAMS | LABOR PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH | RETIREMENT BENEFITS | PROTECTION SYSTEM | SOCIAL PENSIONS | ECONOMIC ANALYSIS | TAXATION | DISABILITY BENEFITS | HUMAN DEVELOPMENT | PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH | EMPLOYMENT LEVELS | CASH TRANSFERS | SOCIAL INSURANCE PROGRAMS | PRIVATE SECTOR | BENEFIT SYSTEMS | HEALTH SYSTEMS | SAFETY NET | HEALTH SERVICES | CONTRIBUTION RATE | HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS | OLDER PEOPLE | HOSPITALS | INCOME SECURITY | TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE | LABOR MARKET DEMAND | SERVANTS | EMPLOYMENT GROWTH | EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS | ACTIVE LABOR | RETIREMENT AGE | SOCIAL POLICY | PROTECTION POLICIES | BENEFICIARY | DEMOCRACY | TRAINING PROGRAMS | UNEMPLOYED WORKERS | FORMAL SECTOR WORKERS | PENSION SYSTEM | HEALTH INSURANCE | LABOR MARKET PROGRAMS | CLINICS | JOBS | HEALTH EXPENDITURES | RISK MANAGEMENT | POVERTY LEVELS | PUBLIC WELFARE | INNOVATIONS | LIMITED ACCESS | MARGINAL TAX RATE | SKILLS DEVELOPMENT | PURCHASING POWER | WORKFARE | ACTIVE LABOR MARKET PROGRAMS | CONTRIBUTORY PENSION | CASH TRANSFER | PRODUCTION UNITS | WORK REFORMS | RISK POOLING | INCOME SUPPORT PROGRAMS | MORAL HAZARD | FAMILY ALLOWANCES | RATE OF RETURN | UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE | CONTRIBUTORY PENSIONS | CASH TRANSFER PROGRAMS | VULNERABLE GROUPS | RETIREMENT | HEALTH SYSTEM | SOCIAL CONTRACT | POWER PARITY | UNEMPLOYMENT LEVELS | LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION | ECONOMIC VULNERABILITY | CONSUMPTION SMOOTHING | SOCIAL SAFETY NET | ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE | EDUCATION PROGRAMS | LONGTERM UNEMPLOYMENT | CRISES | BENEFICIARIES | ECONOMIC SLOWDOWN | PROTECTION SYSTEMS | WAGES | ATTENDANCE RATES | LABOR SUPPLY | HOUSEHOLD SURVEY | UNEMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE | SOCIAL INSURANCE | WORK REQUIREMENTS | ECONOMIC CRISIS | HUMAN CAPITAL INVESTMENT | PROGRAM COVERAGE | PRESENT VALUE | ACTIVE LABOR MARKET PROGRAM | PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAMS | ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT | PRIVATE SECTOR WORKERS | UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFIT SYSTEMS | PENSIONS | ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS | RISK-POOLING | INSURANCE SYSTEMS | PENSION SYSTEMS | UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS | HEALTH SERVICE | ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE | MANDATORY CONTRIBUTIONS | PENSION REFORMS | PAYROLL TAX | SOCIAL ASSISTANCE | HEALTH CARE | SAVINGS | ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS | TEMPORARY SHOCKS | INFORMAL SECTOR | CONDITIONAL CASH | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | POVERTY LEVEL | INFORMAL SECTOR WORKERS | INCOME SUPPORT | COPYRIGHT CLEARANCE | BENEFIT LEVELS | INCOME DISTRIBUTION | EMPLOYABILITY | INCOME TRANSFERS | PUBLIC RESOURCES | SOCIAL BENEFITS | DISABILITY PENSIONS | TRAINING PROGRAM | POLITICAL ECONOMY | JOB SEARCH | LAWS | DISABILITY PENSION | NUTRITION | DISPLACEMENT | FORMAL EMPLOYMENT | SALARIED WORKERS | SEVERANCE PAY | UNEMPLOYED | LABOR CONTRACT | PUBLIC PROVIDER | DISPLACEMENT EFFECT | TRANSFER SYSTEMS | INCOME | LABOR MARKET POLICIES | EARLY RETIREMENT | INTERVENTION | PAYROLL TAXES | FAMILY ALLOWANCE | PUBLIC WORKS | EMPLOYEE | TARGETED TRANSFERS | SERVICE QUALITY | COPYRIGHT CLEARANCE CENTER | FINANCIAL PROTECTION | PRICE SUBSIDIES | EMPLOYMENT SERVICES | FINANCIAL CRISIS | JOB LOSS | SOCIAL INCLUSION | HEALTH CENTERS | SAFETY NETS | ECONOMIC COSTS | SAVINGS ACCOUNTS | TRANSFER PROGRAMS | SAFETY | UNSKILLED WORKERS | WORKER | TOTAL WAGE | MARKET RISK | UNFUNDED LIABILITIES | DISTORTED INCENTIVES | TRANSFER PROGRAM | COVARIATE SHOCKS | ACTIVE LABOR MARKET | HEALTH FINANCING | MINIMUM INCOME | LABOR MOBILITY | POVERTY REDUCTION | SAFETY NET PROGRAMS | LABOR PRODUCTIVITY | ANTI-POVERTY PROGRAMS | HOUSEHOLD INCOME | SOCIAL SAFETY NETS | SOCIAL PROTECTION | LABOR FORCE | SOCIAL SECURITY | TRAINING PROVIDERS | CHILD BENEFITS | HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT | UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFIT | OLD AGE | PAID WORKERS | SCHOOL ENROLLMENT | HUMAN CAPITAL | NEEDY FAMILIES | PROGRAM CONDITIONAL | HEALTH FACILITIES | INSURANCE ACCESS | UNEMPLOYMENT | INCOME TRANSFER | ACTIVE LABOR MARKET POLICIES | IDIOSYNCRATIC SHOCKS | TARGETING | ABSOLUTE POVERTY | PROGRAM COSTS | SERVICE PROVIDERS
Book
Journal of Public Economics, ISSN 0047-2727, 08/2019, Volume 176, pp. 1 - 17
This paper uses Brazil's to show that redistributive policies that are shielded from the influence of political intermediaries can reduce incumbency advantage... 
Cash transfers | Clientelism | Redistribution | Political economy | ECONOMICS | REGRESSION-DISCONTINUITY DESIGNS | Analysis | Mayors
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World Development, ISSN 0305-750X, 05/2012, Volume 40, Issue 5, pp. 1042 - 1053
Brazilian politicians have long relied on pork and clientelism to win political support, and recent literature suggests that little has changed. However,... 
Brazil | Clientelism | Conditional cash transfers | Distributive politics | Latin America | VOTE | SUCCESS | distributive politics | clientelism | ARGENTINA | PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT | conditional cash transfers | ELECTIONS | SOCIAL-POLICY | ECONOMICS | LULA | ECONOMY | PROTEST | Low income groups | Studies | Social policy | Political behavior | Welfare
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04/2015, Migration and Development Brief, Volume 24
Using newly available census data, the stock of international migrants is estimated at 247 million in 2013, significantly larger than the previous estimate of... 
MONEY TRANSFER OPERATORS | MIGRANT | POPULATION | DEBIT CARD | REMITTANCES | COUNTRY OF ORIGIN | RECIPIENT COUNTRIES | MONETARY POLICY | LOW-INCOME COUNTRY | REMITTANCE COSTS | REMITTANCE CORRIDORS | REMITTANCE RECEIPTS | NATIONAL AUTHORITIES | MONEY LAUNDERING | LABOR SHORTAGES | REGULATORY FRAMEWORKS | TRANSFERS | UNEMPLOYMENT RATES | TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS | CENSUSES | FINANCIAL MARKETS | IMMIGRANTS | KNOWLEDGE | FORCED MIGRATION | DEVELOPMENT GOALS | MONEY TRANSFER COMPANIES | MONEY TRANSFER SERVICES | POLICY | INFORMAL CHANNELS | INTERNATIONAL MONEY TRANSFER | FOREIGN EXCHANGE | MALARIA | NATIONAL LEVEL | IMMIGRATION POLICY | SMALL COUNTRIES | REFUGEES | LABOR MIGRANTS | NATIONALS | ANNUAL REMITTANCES | REGULATORY FRAMEWORK | REPATRIATION | RATE OF GROWTH | IRREGULAR MIGRATION | VULNERABILITY | INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS | JOB OPPORTUNITIES | INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT | SANITATION | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | REMITTANCE INFLOWS | BALANCE OF PAYMENTS MANUAL | MIGRANT DESTINATION COUNTRIES | TRANSFER SYSTEMS | CREDIT CARD | INCOME | HOUSEHOLD LEVEL | MIGRANTS | VALUE OF REMITTANCES | OFFICIAL DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE | HOME COUNTRIES | INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION | TRANSFER COSTS | MIGRATION POLICY | TRANSPORTATION | MONEY TRANSFER BUSINESS | GLOBAL REMITTANCE | DATA ON REMITTANCES | REMITTANCE SERVICES | POLICIES | TRAINING | CAPITAL FLOWS | MIGRANT WORKERS | REMITTANCE SERVICE | INTERNATIONAL MIGRANT | MONEY TRANSFER SYSTEMS | DROP IN REMITTANCES | COSTS OF REMITTANCES | DIASPORA | PURCHASING POWER | COUNTRY OF DEPARTURE | TRANSFER BUSINESS | TERRORIST | BORDER TRANSACTIONS | IMMIGRATION POLICIES | REMITTANCE OUTFLOWS | BALANCE OF PAYMENTS STATISTICS | TRANSFER SERVICES | MONEY TRANSFER | DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE | MIGRATION FLOWS | IMMIGRATION | GROWTH OF REMITTANCES | LOW-INCOME COUNTRIES | WIRE TRANSFERS | BIG CITIES | REMITTANCE SERVICE PROVIDERS | MIGRANT REMITTANCES | BANK ACCOUNTS | INTERNATIONAL BORDERS | ACCOUNT HOLDERS | REMITTANCE FLOWS | GENDER EQUALITY | ASYLUM | CIVIL WAR | SOCIAL SECURITY | ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION | DOMESTIC REMITTANCES | WAR | RURAL AREAS | TRANSACTIONS | RECIPIENT COUNTRY | BALANCE OF PAYMENTS | NUMBER OF CHILDREN | NATIVE WORKERS | UNEMPLOYMENT | LOCAL COMMUNITY | REMITTANCE TRANSFER | EXCHANGE RATE | MIGRATION | HUMAN TRAFFICKING | COMPENSATION OF EMPLOYEES | ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS | NUMBER OF MIGRANTS | FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT | NUMBER OF PEOPLE | POPULATION DIVISION | FINANCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE | SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT | INTERNATIONAL REMITTANCES | POPULATIONS | REMITTANCES FLOWS | REMITTANCE | FOREIGN POLICY | DEVELOPMENT PLANS | SERVICE PROVIDERS | INTERNATIONAL LABOR ORGANIZATION | INTERNATIONAL MONEY TRANSFER OPERATORS | COUNTRIES OF ORIGIN | SKILL LEVEL | MONEY TRANSFER BUSINESSES
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AMERICAN ECONOMIC JOURNAL-ECONOMIC POLICY, ISSN 1945-7731, 08/2019, Volume 11, Issue 3, pp. 232 - 260
In a Honduran field experiment, sequences of cash transfers to poor households varied in amount of the largest (peak) and last (end) transfers. Larger peak-end... 
TIME | ECONOMICS | RETROSPECTIVE EVALUATIONS | HEALTH | EDUCATION | CLIENTELISM | DURATION NEGLECT | HONDURAS
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European Journal of Political Economy, ISSN 0176-2680, 12/2017, Volume 50, pp. 141 - 156
This paper examines the implications of political factors for social policy choices. Specifically, we explore the link between regime type and adoption of... 
Conditional programs | Pro-poor redistribution | Social transfers | Democracy/non-democracy | Political regime | CASH TRANSFERS | POLITICAL-ECONOMY | DEMOCRACY | POLITICAL SCIENCE | ECONOMICS | OUTCOMES | Studies | Datasets | Social policy | Social unrest | Human capital | Capital | Political factors | Health education | Health care services policy | Developing countries--LDCs | Social programs
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