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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
Book
2011, ISBN 0821387189, xix, 212
International migration has profound implications for human welfare, and African governments have had only a limited influence on welfare outcomes, for good or... 
African diaspora | Emigrant remittances | Economic aspects | Investments, Foreign | Economic development | Africa Emigration and immigrationEconomic aspects | FAMILY TIES | LABOR MARKETS | GENDER DIFFERENCES | LOCAL COMMUNITIES | HIV INFECTIONS | IMPLICATIONS FOR DEVELOPMENT | FERTILITY PREFERENCES | INTERNATIONAL MOBILITY | COUNTRY OF ORIGIN | EMIGRATION | FOREIGNERS | CITIZENSHIP | ABUSE | IMMIGRATION RESTRICTIONS | MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS | FAMILY SIZE | CENSUSES | POLICY RESEARCH WORKING PAPER | EMIGRANTS | UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS | NUMBER OF WOMEN | MIGRATION DATA | TRANSFER OF KNOWLEDGE | POTENTIAL CONTRIBUTION | SAFETY NET | INTERNATIONAL REFUGEES | RESOURCE FLOWS | URBAN AREAS | HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS | IMPACT OF MIGRATION | SERVICE PROVIDER | HOST COUNTRIES | TOLERANCE | TUBERCULOSIS | RESETTLEMENT | SEX | VULNERABILITY | CLIMATE CHANGE | INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS | JOB OPPORTUNITIES | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | FERTILITY | RACISM | UNITED NATIONS POPULATION DIVISION | LABOR MIGRATION | ENFORCEMENT OF LAWS | SKILLED MIGRANTS | HOME COUNTRIES | WORKING-AGE POPULATION | RETURNEES | TRANSPORTATION | POPULATION GROWTH | INFORMAL REMITTANCE | REMITTANCE RECIPIENTS | HOME VILLAGES | FAMILY STRUCTURES | MOVEMENT OF PEOPLE | PROVISION OF INFORMATION | FOOD SHORTAGES | MIGRATION RATES | RETURN MIGRATION | DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGES | AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION | MIGRATION FLOWS | HUMAN RIGHTS | FAMILY MEMBERS | EXPATRIATE NATIONALS | ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION | LABOR MARKET | HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS | HUSBANDS | INITIATIVES ON REMITTANCES | ILLEGAL ALIENS | PAYMENT SERVICES | PRIMARY SCHOOL | YOUNG ADULTS | MOVEMENTS OF PEOPLE | UNDOCUMENTED MIGRANTS | LIVELIHOOD OPPORTUNITIES | ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES | INTERNAL MIGRATION | WAR | RURAL AREAS | GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT | SECONDARY SCHOOLING | PROGRESS | REFUGEE | TRANSFER OF TECHNOLOGY | INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR MIGRATION | MIGRATION | PERMANENT SETTLEMENT | XENOPHOBIA | SKILLED WORKERS | FAMILY REUNIFICATION | VISAS | POLICY RESEARCH | MIGRANT | HOUSEHOLD SIZE | FERTILITY RATES | TERTIARY EDUCATION | LAND OWNERSHIP | LOCAL AUTHORITIES | REMITTANCES | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | VICTIMS | PRIMARY SCHOOLING | INFLUX OF REFUGEES | CITIZENS | NURSES | SECONDARY SCHOOL | IMMIGRANT | WORKFORCE | IMMIGRANTS | SKILLED MIGRATION | INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY | LIMITED RESOURCES | TRADITIONAL SOCIETIES | DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS | FORCED MIGRATION | INTERNAL MIGRANTS | UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR REFUGEES | DEVELOPMENT IMPACT OF REMITTANCES | DISSEMINATION | REGISTRATION SYSTEMS | INTRAREGIONAL MIGRATION | SMALL COUNTRIES | FOOD SECURITY | MACROECONOMIC LEVEL | MIGRATION POLICIES | GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT FINANCE | WORKING CONDITIONS | GENDER ROLES | MIGRANTS | RIGHT OF WOMEN | MUTUAL RESPECT | OFFICIAL DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE | INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION | MIGRATION POLICY | FERTILITY PATTERNS | MIGRATION PATTERNS | ELDERLY | POST OFFICES | SOCIAL COSTS | DISEASES | HIV | LEGAL STATUS | LEVEL OF EDUCATION | NATURAL DISASTERS | DIASPORA | POTENTIAL MIGRANTS | SAFETY NETS | DECADES OF WAR | IMMIGRATION POLICIES | INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS | NATIONAL BORDERS | DISPLACED PEOPLE | RATE OF MIGRATION | IMMIGRATION | UNIVERSITY EDUCATION | POLICY DECISIONS | PHYSICAL ABUSE | LOW-INCOME COUNTRIES | PUBLIC SERVICES | EDUCATED MIGRANTS | PLACE OF RESIDENCE | USE OF REMITTANCES | SOCIAL ISSUES | BANK ACCOUNTS | UNFPA | TEMPORARY MIGRATION | POLICY DEVELOPMENT | HOUSEHOLD INCOME | BRAIN DRAIN | ASYLUM | CIVIL WAR | COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT | MIGRANT LABORERS | SERVICE PROVISION | SOCIAL NETWORKS | LABOR FORCE | SOCIAL SECURITY | NUMBER OF REFUGEES | EXPATRIATES | INFORMATION CAMPAIGNS | HUMAN WELFARE | INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK | TECHNICAL RESOURCES | HUMAN CAPITAL | FARMERS | HOUSING | INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION | GOVERNMENT AGENCIES | FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT | HIV INFECTION | NUMBER OF MIGRANTS | NUMBER OF PEOPLE | DIASPORA COMMUNITIES | DIVORCE | EMIGRANT REMITTANCES | REMITTANCE CHANNELS | REMITTANCE | POLICY MAKERS | ECONOMIC INTEGRATION | INFECTION RATES | AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT | SERVICE PROVIDERS | UNDOCUMENTED MIGRATION | BENEFITS OF MIGRATION | COUNTRIES OF ORIGIN
Book
09/2004, ISBN 9781589064294, 304
The World Economic Outlook, published twice a year in English, French, Spanish, and Arabic, presents IMF staff economists' analyses of global economic... 
World Economic Outlook | World Economic And Financial Surveys
Book
Banking & Financial Services Policy Report, ISSN 1530-499X, 08/2017, Volume 36, Issue 8, p. 1
[...]we discuss how promising developments in financial technologies- in particular, the Federal Reserve System's initiatives, distributed financial technology... 
Initiatives | Task forces | Automation | Payment systems | Migrant workers | Correspondent banks | Innovations | Automated Clearing Houses | Consumers | Regulation of financial institutions | Revisions | Batch processing | Developing countries--LDCs | Transmitters | Customer services | Bank technology | Remittances | Wall Street Reform & Consumer Protection Act 2010-US
Trade Publication Article
2011, ISBN 0198075022, xv, 310
What will South Asia look like in 2025? The optimistic outlook is that India, which accounts for 80 per cent of the regional economic output, is headed towards... 
Economic development | South Asia Economic conditions | South Asia Social conditions | bank lending | migration flows | infrastructure investment | legal status | financial inflows | Health problems | labour market | safe water | demographic trends | harmonization | gross domestic product | Child mortality | incomes | central banks | Population Growth | labour forces | pregnancy | financial crisis | vulnerability | Current Account Balance | labour shortages | migration policies | resource needs | Armed Conflicts | exposure | peace | segments of society | family size | Fertility Decline | Demographic Change | institutional mechanisms | Foreign Direct Investment | interest rate | Savings | Capital Inflows | Immigrant | contract enforcement | social protection | market access | Net Capital | infant mortality rate | exchange rate | capital market development | corporate bond | human capital | financial system | technology transfer | capital markets | Labour Force | democracy | population ageing | civil wars | skilled workers | low-income countries | progress | demographic changes | internal conflicts | Resource flows | democratic accountability | Sanitation | reputation | infant mortality | Exchange Rates | Debt | health sector | Regional Integration | local governments | replacement level | government policies | child mortality rate | future prospects | large cities | urban migration | job training | public policy | live births | outsourcing | immunization | Growth Rate | wars | international trade | income | informal economy | international markets | pregnancy-related causes | global economy | Foreign Exchange | capital investments | War | Urban Population | Disability | regional initiatives | Current Account Balances | gender disparities | Global Development | fertility rate | Globalization | baby boom | infant deaths | urban areas | bond | Migrants | income inequality | baby | business climate | bond markets | cancer | good governance | Elderly | monetary policies | regulatory agencies | Remittances | World Economy | Population Growth Rates | volatile capital | fertility transition | infant | output | Policy Research Working Paper | Fertility | intensive industries | financial integration | rapid expansion | workforce | freedom of movement | infrastructure projects | Capital Account | movement of people | purchasing power | interest rates | Immigrants | market liquidity | reproductive health | participation of women | improvements in child survival | employment opportunities | volatilities | working-age Population | Rapid growth | transparency | unemployment | Urbanization | Developing Countries | national level | domestic market | equity markets | woman | political opposition | urban infrastructure | babies | Policy Research | emerging-market | Life Expectancy | bank loans | social conditions | portfolio flows | Economic Growth | financial markets | Modernization | Elderly Population | immigration | national borders | business environment | social cohesion | Fixed Investment | economic crisis | dynamic economies | Small Countries | Age Distribution | urban amenities | illnesses | market development | economic development | volatility | capital market | purchasing power parity | number of children | business practices | portfolio | Armed Conflict | risk sharing | rural areas | Forest Cover | Demographic Transition | Dividend | advanced economies | labour markets | International Migration | Private Capital | Job Creation | tax | economic policies | Demographic | dependency ratio | Private Capital Flows | particular countries | Urban Population Growth | social development | macroeconomic management | foreign capital | premature death | young people | poor health | foreign trade | political stability | family planning | health services | Liberalization | respiratory diseases | emerging markets | children per woman | Fertility Rates | decline in fertility | Capital Flows | Remittance | Climate change | communications technology | Dependency Ratios | existing population | human development | service providers | Population Dynamics
Book
2003, ISBN 9781589062252, viii, 163
In recent years, the IMF has become deeply involved in the international movement to prevent the abuse of financial systems and to protect and enhance the... 
International law | Prevention | Terrorism
Book
Population and Development Review, ISSN 0098-7921, 6/2012, Volume 38, Issue 2, pp. 191 - 220
The literature on development in economics and sociology has tended to focus on capital flows, investments, and, more recently, institutions as key causal... 
International migration | Government initiatives | Government | Labor migration | International development | Transnationalism | Migrant communities | Expatriates | Human migration | Community associations | MIGRATION | DEMOGRAPHY | DETERMINANTS | SOCIOLOGY | Comparative studies | Immigration | Foreign labor | Hispanics | Asians | Economics | Migrants | Reviews | Sociology | Migration | immigrants
Journal Article
Economic and Political Weekly, ISSN 0012-9976, 10/2016, Volume 51, Issue 41, pp. 54 - 60
Remittances have meaning and implications beyond their financial value and are associated with powerful emotions of debt and gratitude; expectation and... 
Social networks | Book publishing | Initiatives | Migration | International relations | Equity | Diaspora | International finance | Nonprofit organizations | Ethnicity | Sociology | Donations | Transnationalism | Remittances | Community
Journal Article
Productivity, ISSN 0032-9924, 07/2019, Volume 60, Issue 2, pp. 111 - 125
This paper examines the recent trends in Indian labour migration to the Gulf countries. It analyses the regulatory structure governing low-skilled labour... 
Initiatives | Costs | Migrant workers | Households | Migration | Annual reports | Cooperation | Population | Overseas employment | Trends | Labor force | Earnings | Interviews | Remittances | International | Labor contracts
Journal Article
Strategy & Leadership, ISSN 1087-8572, 07/2017, Volume 45, Issue 4, pp. 33 - 39
Journal Article
Khaleej Times (Dubai, United Arab Emirates), ISSN 1563-5856, 04/2019
Newspaper Article
Globalizations, ISSN 1474-7731, 06/2008, Volume 5, Issue 2, pp. 275 - 290
Mexican coffee growers have been negatively affected by low world coffee prices coupled with reduced government support. One response by coffee farmers has... 
INDUSTRY | INITIATIVES | REMITTANCES | GLOBALIZATION | INEQUALITY | LESSONS | SCALE | SOCIAL SCIENCES, INTERDISCIPLINARY | LABOR | MEXICO
Journal Article
ABA Bank Compliance, ISSN 0887-0187, 10/2004, Volume 25, Issue 10, p. 2
  FDIC has announced that it is "considering expanding an initiative called the New Alliance Task Force to welcome more people to the banking mainstream." The... 
Initiatives | Banking industry | Regulation of financial institutions | Remittances
Trade Publication Article
2013, World Bank Studies, ISBN 9780821399637, 129
Traditionally piracy has produced sentimental notions of adventure, freedom, and independence. However, piracy is a criminal act and often involves high levels... 
Economics | Flow of funds | Infrastructure Economics and Finance | BUS068000 - Business & Economics | Piracy- Real Estate Working Group 5- Somali Pirate Business Model- Pirate Investor- Khat- Financial Flows- Movement of Proceeds- Ransom- Proceeds from Piracy- Pirate Financier | Poverty Reduction | BUS072000 - Business & Economics | Sustainable Development | Economic Development | Development | Conflict and Development | Governance | Finance and Financial Sector Development | Piracy | Africa | financial intelligence | Networks | offense | negotiator | fighting | payment card | Common Market | frauds | war economies | Business Model | businessmen | Insurance premiums | banking system | human capacity | drug trafficking | movement of goods | federal government | customs | e-mail | gangs | civil war | remittance | businesses | victims | money transfer | Private Sector | international actors | laws | armed forces | banks | legal issues | Prosecutions | Maritime Piracy | offenses | prostitutes | missing value | hostage | international security | expenditures | Real Estate | transparency | deposit | corruption | basic services | Drugs | Justice | commodity | Financial Crimes | source of information | Law of the Sea | reliability | Fraud | abuses | international shipping | Union | Criminal | result | international investigations | capability | economic activities | criminals | access to information | law enforcement | accountability | violence | Reconstruction | Abuse | Terrorism | photo | financial transactions | identification number | queries | reconciliation | member states | marketing | licenses | torture | Development Bank | money transfers | unregulated financial institutions | Distribution Network | criminal enterprise | criminal groups | capacity building | business models | financial institutions | bank account | Soldiers | information sharing | lawyers | new technology | nongovernmental organizations | phone numbers | remittances | investment opportunities | Prosecution | trial | drug | nongovernmental organization | United Nations Security Council | bank officials | Money Laundering | monopoly | world trade | boundaries | joint ventures | exchange of goods | results | financial intelligence unit | FINANCIAL FLOWS | IMF | aid effectiveness | minister | flow of goods | outreach | job opportunities | Nations | Financial Market | Private Sector Development | administrative capacity | license | anti-money laundering | Conflict | financial operations | economic resources | flow of funds | receipt | Regional Cooperation | international trade | boundary | global economy | UNDP | Telephone | farmers | government officials | organized crime | Refugees | World Development | Chamber of Commerce | weapon | financial support | Assets | private sectors | leadership | Peace | market price | Wire Transfers | anti-corruption | embassies | commercial banking | identity module | payment methods | custom | hostages | ill-gotten money | enforcement agencies | financial capacity | war | mercenaries | negotiations | families | monitoring mechanism | Police | Initiative | financial crime | Convention | material | availability of data | International Bank | counterparts | financial intelligence units | humanitarian assistance | international community | translation | investigation | borrowing | uses | Business Activities | electronic transaction | regulatory framework | collapse | Integrity
eBook
2013, Directions in Development - Human Development, ISBN 0821398342, 103
Connecting the Disconnected presents the findings of the field research designed to evaluate financial practices and strategies among urban and rural Bhutanese... 
Monetary policy | Financial institutions | Bhutan | Household surveys | 21st century | Social conditions | PROTECTION MEASURE | FREE LOANS | FINANCIAL SECTOR REGULATION | CREDIT ASSOCIATION | ATM CARD | ACCESS TO FINANCIAL SERVICES | OUTREACH | VILLAGES | FINANCIAL ACCESS | INFORMAL SAVINGS | DEMOGRAPHIC GROUPS | FIXED DEPOSIT | LOANS FROM FAMILY | POINT-OF-SALE TERMINALS | CONSUMERS | LOAN APPROVALS | LOAN PRODUCTS | ECONOMIC GROWTH | FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT | EMPOWERMENT | CUSTOMER SERVICE | INTEREST RATES | ACCESSIBILITY | EARNINGS | ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTIVITIES | FINANCIAL SECTOR DEVELOPMENT | INDEBTEDNESS | FLEXIBLE REPAYMENTS | FORMAL BANK | CREDIT INFORMATION | INSTALLMENTS | FEMALE RESPONDENTS | RESPONSIBILITIES | URBAN AREAS | FINANCIAL NEEDS | PURCHASES | SAVINGS GROUPS | BANK ASSETS | FORMAL FINANCIAL SERVICES | AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT BANK | INVESTING | FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS | BANKS | SALES | BANKING SERVICES | HUSBAND | REPAYMENT PERIODS | CONTRIBUTIONS | INTERNATIONAL FINANCE | BANK CREDIT | SMALL BUSINESSES | CREDIT HISTORIES | CREDIT BUREAU | ATM | FIXED ASSETS | FINANCIAL SERVICES | HOUSEHOLDS | LIMITED ACCESS | CASH FLOW | COLLEGE EDUCATION | WORTH | INTERNATIONAL BANK | INVESTMENT BANK | REAL ESTATE | LENDING DECISIONS | DEBT | COMMERCIAL BANKING | PENSION FUND | FORMAL FINANCIAL SERVICE | FORMAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS | FAMILIES | BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT | FAMILY MEMBERS | LOAN PAYMENTS | LOAN AMOUNTS | CAPITAL ADEQUACY | QUESTIONNAIRE | LENDING TECHNIQUES | EXTERNAL SHOCKS | CREDIT GUARANTEES | SAVINGS GOALS | VILLAGE | LACK OF COLLATERAL | HOUSEHOLD FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT | SINGLE PARENT | DOWRIES | LIMITED ACCESS TO FINANCE | ECONOMIC BACKGROUNDS | LACK OF KNOWLEDGE | BANK PRODUCTS | YOUNG ADULTS | FORMAL CREDIT | HOUSEHOLD ACCESS | DEVELOPMENT BANK | CONSUMER PROTECTION | INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY | BUSINESS LOAN | ACCESS TO SAVINGS | INSURANCE | MONEYLENDERS | RURAL CLIENTS | BORROWER | LOAN PRODUCT | LOAN | GROUP LOANS | INFORMAL FINANCING | LIVING STANDARD | INFORMATION SYSTEMS | EXCHANGE RATE | CURRENCY | LOAN PROCESSING | CREDIT INFORMATION BUREAU | BUSINESS SCHOOL | LACK OF ACCESS | FINANCIAL SERVICE PROVIDERS | HOUSING LOAN | YOUNG PEOPLE | FINANCIAL PRACTICES | FAMILY BUSINESSES | INFORMAL LENDERS | COLLATERAL | IMMOVABLE PROPERTY | REMITTANCES | BUSINESS OWNERS | FORMS OF CREDIT | DEPOSIT | PENSION | COLLATERAL REQUIREMENTS | MONETARY POLICY | LOAN AMOUNT | STATE BANK | FORMAL FINANCIAL SECTOR | LOAN PROCESSING TIMES | CREDIT RISK | SAVERS | CREDIT SCORING | FINANCIAL MARKETS | BANK ACCOUNT | FLEXIBLE LOAN | FORMAL LENDING | ACCESS TO FINANCE | GROUP GUARANTEE | FINANCIAL SYSTEM | LACK OF AWARENESS | DIRECT DEPOSITS | EXCLUSION | BANK LOANS | AGRICULTURAL SECTOR | CONSUMER | EDUCATION LOAN | CREDIT REPORTS | UNEMPLOYED | FINANCIAL CONSUMERS | DIRECT DEPOSIT | FINANCIAL LITERACY | SMALL LOANS | BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT SERVICES | CREDIT FACILITIES | INFORMAL LOAN | ENTREPRENEURS | PROFITABILITY | HOUSEHOLD FINANCES | BALANCE SHEETS | SECURITIES | EMPLOYEE | FINANCIAL SECTOR ASSESSMENT | REPAYMENTS | CURRENT ACCOUNT | EMPLOYER | DEPOSITS | INFORMAL LOANS | CREDITORS | SOURCES OF INCOME | FINANCIAL PRODUCTS | WITHDRAWAL | ACCESS POINTS | COMMERCIAL BANKS | FINANCIAL DEPTH | SAVINGS ACCOUNTS | EDUCATION LOANS | CAPACITY BUILDING | MOVABLE COLLATERAL | FORMAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTION | GROUP LENDING | BANK LOAN | WOMAN | SAVINGS INITIATIVES | CHECKING ACCOUNT | POOR CREDIT | ACCESS TO LOAN | AGRICULTURAL BANK | MICROFINANCE | SENIOR | POINT-OF-SALE | SAVINGS ACCOUNT | DEMAND FOR SAVING | COOPERATIVES | GENDER EQUALITY | SOCIAL NETWORKS | CREDIT DECISIONS | POOR ACCESS | BANKING SYSTEM | INTEREST RATE | CREDIT RISKS | BANK OFFICERS | LOAN PORTFOLIO | DEVELOPMENT FINANCE | INVESTMENT CAPITAL | PROPERTY RIGHTS | FINANCIAL LITERACY EDUCATION | FARMERS | MONEYLENDER | REPAYMENT | GENDER | FINANCIAL SERVICE | BORROWING | LONG-TERM SAVINGS | FINANCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE | PARTIAL CREDIT | FINANCIAL INTERMEDIATION | LOAN OFFICERS | BANK BRANCHES | REMITTANCE | ACCESS TO CREDIT | BUDGETING | CHECKING ACCOUNTS | INSURANCE SERVICES | ACCESS TO ATMS | DEBTS
eBook
2013, Directions in development (Washington, D.C.), ISBN 9780821399156, 193
Unlike the movement of capital, the movement of labor across countries remains highly restricted—despite the huge global returns to international labor... 
Economics | Labor mobility | Private Sector Development | Services-Developing countries-Labor Agreements-Temporary Movement of People-Trade | Macroeconomics | BUS039000 - Business & Economics | International Economics and Trade | Labor economics | Working class | LABOR MARKETS | REGIONAL INITIATIVES | REGULATORY BARRIERS | CITIZENSHIP | HEALTH SECTOR | PREFERENTIAL TREATMENT | ACCESS TO HEALTH SERVICES | SUBSIDIARIES | IMMIGRATION RESTRICTIONS | PROCUREMENT POLICIES | SKILLED LABOR | ECONOMIC GROWTH | POLICY FRAMEWORK | POLICY RESEARCH WORKING PAPER | PRIVATE SECTOR | HOST COUNTRY | WAGE RATE | REGIONAL AGREEMENTS | HUMAN RESOURCES | IMMIGRATION LAW | TRADE NEGOTIATIONS | NATIONAL LEVEL | IMMIGRATION POLICY | SCHOOL ATTENDANCE | HIGH SCHOOL DROPOUTS | HOST COUNTRIES | IRREGULAR MIGRATION | WAGE FLOORS | CLIMATE CHANGE | INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS | NOURISHMENT | DROPOUT | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | LEGISLATION | LABOR MIGRATION | HOME COUNTRIES | RETURNEES | GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS | TRANSPORTATION | DEMOCRACY | DRIVERS | LEVEL OF DEVELOPMENT | RETURN OF MIGRANTS | MIGRATION FOR EMPLOYMENT | MULTILATERAL NEGOTIATIONS | MIGRANT WORKERS | TECHNICAL EDUCATION | LABOR MOVEMENTS | AGGREGATE INCOME | OCCUPATION | MOVEMENT OF PEOPLE | SKILLS DEVELOPMENT | ECONOMIC CONDITIONS | MIGRATION PROCESS | SANCTIONS | GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM | RETURN MIGRATION | UNSKILLED LABOR | NURSE | DISCRIMINATION | MIGRATION FLOWS | TEMPORARY MIGRANTS | MIGRANT LABOR | NATIONAL POLICY | TEMPORARY JOBS | LABOR MARKET SITUATION | LABOR MARKET | MOBILITY OF LABOR | MULTINATIONAL | DISCRETION | FLOW OF PEOPLE | LABOR MOVEMENT | ECONOMIC BENEFITS | LEGAL FRAMEWORKS | LABOR MARKET REGULATIONS | SUPPLIERS | WAGES | QUALITY ASSURANCE | INSURANCE | PROCUREMENT | RURAL AREAS | INITIATIVE | INSTITUTIONAL MECHANISMS | PROGRESS | ECONOMIC NEEDS | WAGE INEQUALITY | INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR MIGRATION | EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS | DOMESTIC MARKET | FOREIGN STUDENTS | SKILLED WORKERS | FAMILY REUNIFICATION | WORKING HOURS | POLICY RESEARCH | NUMERICAL QUOTAS | HEALTH CARE | SAVINGS | SEMISKILLED WORKERS | ECONOMIC SHOCKS | MIGRANT | NUMBER OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS | TERTIARY EDUCATION | REMITTANCES | DEMOGRAPHIC IMBALANCES | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | UNSKILLED WORKER | CITIZENS | UNDOCUMENTED WORKERS | NURSES | SOCIAL BENEFITS | PRIVATE COMPANIES | FOREIGN LABOR | REGULATORY FRAMEWORKS | TEMPORARY WORKER | EMPLOYMENT | MEDICAL SERVICES | WORKFORCE | POLITICAL ECONOMY | LABOR FLOW | WORKERS | HEALTH EDUCATION | DEVELOPMENT GOALS | INTERNATIONAL TRADE | LAWS | SKILLED PROFESSIONALS | POLITICAL SUPPORT | SMALL COUNTRIES | NATIONALS | PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP | DOMESTIC WORKERS | REGULATORY FRAMEWORK | REPATRIATION | MIGRATION POLICIES | TEMPORARY WORKERS | INVESTMENTS IN EDUCATION | WORKING CONDITIONS | INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION | BEST PRACTICES | TREATIES | OCCUPATIONS | POPULATION DECLINE | REGIONAL COOPERATION | INTERNATIONAL MIGRANT | LEGAL STATUS | DOMESTIC MARKETS | PREFERENTIAL | SAVINGS ACCOUNTS | SEGMENTS OF SOCIETY | SERVICE SECTOR | UNSKILLED WORKERS | NATIONAL BORDERS | RESPECT | IMMIGRATION | FLOWS OF PEOPLE | TRAINING REQUIREMENTS | ACCOUNTING | BEST PRACTICE | LOW-INCOME COUNTRIES | LABOR MOBILITY | PERMANENT RESIDENCE | TEMPORARY MIGRATION | FINDING WORK | FREE TRADE | BRAIN DRAIN | FOREIGN WORKERS | SOCIAL SECURITY | SOCIAL COUNCIL | BARGAINING | ENTREPRENEURSHIP | TRANSPORT | BARGAINING POWER | BASIC RIGHTS | TRANSPARENCY | HEALTH CARE SERVICES | UNEMPLOYMENT | TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT | NUMBER OF MIGRANTS | NUMBER OF PEOPLE | TRAINING PERIOD | NUMBER OF WORKERS | POLICES | POLITICAL INTERESTS | LABOR MARKET CONDITIONS | PRESENT EVIDENCE | WORLD POPULATION | REMITTANCE | POLICY MAKERS | PRODUCTIVITY | SERVICE PROVIDERS | ECONOMICS | ELECTRICIANS | UNDOCUMENTED MIGRATION | LABOUR | COUNTRIES OF ORIGIN
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03/2014
This assessment provides a broad picture of gender disparities in Moldova in agency, education, health, and access to economic opportunities. The gender gap in... 
POLITICAL PARTIES | GENDER DIFFERENCES | COUNTRY OF ORIGIN | FEMALE ENTREPRENEURS | ABUSE | HUMAN DEVELOPMENT | GAP BETWEEN GIRLS | PROTECTION MECHANISMS | MARRIED WOMEN | UNEMPLOYMENT RATES | ECONOMIC GROWTH | EDUCATED MEN | LEVEL OF POVERTY | SEXUAL HEALTH | PUBLIC HEALTH CONCERN | NUMBER OF WOMEN | HEALTH SYSTEMS | ACCESS TO EDUCATION | MARITAL STATUS | PREGNANCY | GENDER GAP | PREGNANCIES | ADULT LITERACY | FAMILY RESPONSIBILITIES | HEALTH SERVICES | URBAN AREAS | HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE | REPRESENTATION OF WOMEN | POLITICAL INSTABILITY | FEMALE LABOR FORCE | YOUNG MEN | TOLERANCE | TUBERCULOSIS | SEX | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | VULNERABILITY | JOB OPPORTUNITIES | SEXUAL HARASSMENT | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | FERTILITY | NUMBER OF DEATHS | ADEQUATE EDUCATION | PARENTAL LEAVE | PUBLIC LIFE | HEALTH INSURANCE | FORCED MARRIAGE | EDUCATION SYSTEMS | MASCULINITY | TERTIARY LEVELS | EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES | PRIMARY HEALTH CARE | DRUG ABUSE | PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN | PRIMARY EDUCATION | CONTRACEPTIVE USE | RISKY BEHAVIOR | RURAL WOMEN | MATERNAL HEALTH | CANCER | BEATING | HUMAN RIGHTS | COMPLICATIONS | FAMILY MEMBERS | ECONOMIC SITUATION | INFANT | FEMALE LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION | NATIONAL COMMITTEE | EQUAL ACCESS | LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION | LABOR MARKET | HUSBANDS | FEWER WOMEN | FORMS OF DISCRIMINATION | NUMBER OF BIRTHS | SPOUSE | PRIMARY SCHOOL | RISKY SEXUAL BEHAVIOR | WOMEN WITH CHILDREN | CAUSES OF DEATH | ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES | GENDER INEQUALITY | RURAL AREAS | CONTRACEPTION | EXPERIENCED VIOLENCE | RURAL POPULATION | HEALTH RISKS | EQUAL RIGHTS | PROGRESS | SECONDARY EDUCATION | GENDER SEGREGATION | SOCIAL NORMS | HIGHLY EDUCATED WOMEN | HUMAN TRAFFICKING | MIGRATION | WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION | FERTILITY RATE | GENDER STEREOTYPES | LITERACY RATES | ACQUIRED IMMUNODEFICIENCY SYNDROME | WORKING POPULATION | PRIMARY HEALTH CARE SYSTEM | ARMED CONFLICTS | YOUNG PEOPLE | HEALTH CARE | ELIMINATION OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN | GOVERNMENT POLICIES | MIGRANT | ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY | FERTILITY RATES | TERTIARY EDUCATION | REMITTANCES | VICTIMS | CONTROL OVER RESOURCES | PRIMARY SCHOOLING | BIRTH CONTROL | LEVELS OF FERTILITY | NATIONAL PLAN | ALCOHOL ABUSE | SECONDARY SCHOOL | FAMILY PLANNING PROGRAMS | FEMALE EMPLOYMENT | WORKFORCE | MOTHER | LIMITED RESOURCES | TRADITIONAL SOCIETIES | GENDER DISCRIMINATION | HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS | MINISTRY OF HEALTH | LARGE FAMILIES | SEXUAL EXPLOITATION | PUBLIC HEALTH | FEMALE LABOR | HUMAN BEINGS | NATIONAL ACTION PLAN | VOCATIONAL TRAINING | YOUNG WOMEN | GENDER ROLES | DRUGS | MORTALITY RATE | PREGNANT WOMAN | ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION | MIGRANTS | INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION | OPPORTUNITIES FOR WOMEN | MATERNAL DEATH | ELDERLY | SEXUAL BEHAVIOR | DEATH RATES | MATERNAL MORTALITY | VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN | DISEASES | FEMALE MIGRANTS | HIV | GENDER BIAS | LEGAL STATUS | EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES | MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS | LEVEL OF EDUCATION | ADOLESCENT FERTILITY | USE OF CONDOMS | DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES | ECONOMIC STATUS | EXCESSIVE CONSUMPTION | DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN | HEALTH PROBLEMS | UNPLANNED PREGNANCIES | REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH | WOMAN | MATERNITY LEAVE | LEVELS OF EDUCATION | UNIVERSITY EDUCATION | GENDER GAPS | LIFE EXPECTANCY | GENDER GAP IN EDUCATION | INFANT HEALTH | MATERNAL MORTALITY RATES | FEMALE MORTALITY | MULTIPLE PARTNERS | WOMEN IN POLITICS | LIFETIME RISK | SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC GROWTH | HOUSEHOLD INCOME | GENDER EQUALITY | LABOR FORCE | JOURNALISTS | EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT | TEENAGERS | ROLE MODELS | DISCRIMINATORY PRACTICES | HUMAN CAPITAL | UNPROTECTED SEX | PREGNANT WOMEN | ABORTION | GENDER | EPIDEMIC | UNEMPLOYMENT | GENDER DISPARITIES | NATIONAL ACTION | POPULATION DIVISION | GROSS NATIONAL INCOME | LABOR CODE | SOCIAL FACTORS | INFANT MORTALITY | PUBLIC AWARENESS | WORLD POPULATION | SPOUSES | GENDER ISSUES | NEED FOR FAMILY PLANNING | ENTREPRENEURIAL INITIATIVES | UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT | SOCIAL AFFAIRS | ALCOHOLISM | FAMILY FORMATION | SKILL LEVEL
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11/2013
This report describes a baseline measure of the financial capability of the Mexican adult population. Chapter one describes the Mexican context and the... 
INFORMAL BORROWING | INCOME GROUP | FINANCIAL BEHAVIOR | CREDIT PRODUCTS | OUTREACH | FINANCIAL ACCESS | INFORMAL SAVINGS | EMPLOYER PENSION | PERSONAL FINANCE | LOANS FROM FAMILY | MONEY MANAGERS | DEBT LOADS | CONSUMERS | LIFE EVENTS | EDUCATION TRUST | INDIVIDUAL SAVINGS | LOW INCOME | INTEREST RATES | ACCESSIBILITY | OTHER ASSETS | CALCULATION | FINANCIAL INSTITUTION | FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARY | SOURCES OF CREDIT | FINANCIAL SITUATIONS | URBAN AREAS | LOAN INSURANCE | VALUE OF MONEY | FINANCIAL LITERACY SURVEY | LESS FINANCIALLY LITERATE | FORMAL FINANCIAL SERVICES | AMOUNT OF MONEY | SOUND FINANCIAL DECISIONS | FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS | FINANCIAL EDUCATION INITIATIVES | FINANCIAL LIVES | EXCESSIVE DEBT | LOW INCOMES | PUBLIC SCHOOL | BANKS | RETIREMENT PLANNING | VALUABLE | BANKING SERVICES | RETIREMENT AGE | HOUSEHOLD FINANCIAL DECISIONS | SALE | PREDATORY LENDING | SOUND FINANCIAL DECISION | STAKEHOLDERS | MARKETING | MONTHLY INCOME | COMPOUND INTEREST | CREDIT CARD USE | HEALTH INSURANCE | CONTRIBUTIONS | INFORMATION SYSTEM | MIGRANT WORKERS | BANK CREDIT | PUBLIC FINANCE | PUBLIC CREDIT | HOUSEHOLD FINANCIAL DECISION MAKING | MICROINSURANCE | DAILY EXPENSES | FINANCIAL SERVICES | HOUSEHOLDS | PRIMARY EDUCATION | FINANCIAL DECISION | INTERNATIONAL BANK | DEBT | MASS MEDIA | FAMILIES | LIFE-CYCLE EVENTS | FINANCIAL CHOICES | SAVINGS PRODUCTS | QUESTIONNAIRE | MICROFINANCE INSTITUTIONS | UNEXPECTED EXPENSE | LEVEL OF CONFIDENCE | RETIREMENT | HOUSEWIVES | PENSION ACCOUNTS | PAWN | MONEY MANAGEMENT | HOUSEHOLD FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT | FINANCIAL PLANNING | FINANCIAL LITERACY TRAINING | FINANCIAL DATA | YOUNG ADULTS | CREDIT CARDS | DEVELOPMENT BANK | CONSUMER PROTECTION | ABILITY OF CONSUMERS | EDUCATION LEVELS | SOURCE OF INFORMATION | FINANCIAL ASSETS | INSURANCE | MORTGAGE LOAN | INCOME GROUPS | INFORMAL WORKERS | FINANCIAL DECISIONS | LOAN | UNEXPECTED EXPENSES | SAVING BEHAVIOR | SECONDARY EDUCATION | PENSIONS | LIVING COSTS | MORTGAGE | AUTOMATIC DEDUCTIONS | SOCIAL ASSISTANCE | SAVINGS | KNOWLEDGE LEVELS | CONSUMER NEEDS | ECONOMIC SHOCKS | RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS | LOW-INCOME INDIVIDUALS | FINANCIAL BEHAVIORS | PRIMARY SAVINGS | REMITTANCES | BORROWING MONEY |