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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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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
Book
2007, Europe and Central Asia Reports, ISBN 082136233X, xviii, 213
Migration in Eastern Europe and Central Asia is relatively large by international standars, driven both by political factors (the 1990 collapse of the Soviet... 
Migrant remittances | Migrant labor | Europe, Eastern | Former Soviet republics | MIGRANT | MIGRATION STATISTICS | BALANCE OF PAYMENT | LABOR MARKETS | DEMOGRAPHIC PRESSURES | REMITTANCES | BALANCE OF PAYMENT STATISTICS | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | COUNTRY OF ORIGIN | POPULATION INCREASES | RECIPIENT COUNTRIES | CITIZENS | EMIGRATION | FOREIGNERS | ILLEGAL MIGRATION | TRANSITION ECONOMIES | ECONOMIC GROWTH | WORKFORCE | EMIGRANTS | UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS | POPULATION DECREASE | PURCHASING POWER PARITY | MIGRATION DATA | LARGE NUMBERS OF PEOPLE | IRREGULAR MIGRANTS | POLICY | INFORMAL CHANNELS | DISSEMINATION | FOREIGN EXCHANGE | INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT | URBAN AREAS | DISPLACEMENT | REFUGEES | SUBSIDIARY | REGULATORY FRAMEWORK | PUBLIC SUPPORT | FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS | INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS | JOB OPPORTUNITIES | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | LEGISLATION | WESTERN EUROPE | LABOR MIGRATION | POPULATION DECLINES | NUMBER OF DEATHS | MIGRANTS | HOME COUNTRIES | INCOMES | DISTRIBUTION OF REMITTANCES | INDUSTRIALIZATION | INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION | WORKING-AGE POPULATION | POPULATION CHANGES | MIGRATION POLICY | PULL FACTORS | MIGRATION PATTERNS | POPULATION GROWTH | VOLUME OF REMITTANCES | BORDERS | CAPITAL FLOWS | MIGRANT WORKERS | POPULATION DECLINE | BANK TRANSFERS | INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION POLICIES | UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRATION | INTERNATIONAL MIGRANT | ECONOMIC IMPACT OF REMITTANCES | LEGAL STATUS | MOVEMENT OF PEOPLE | DIASPORA | PURCHASING POWER | PUSH FACTORS | ECONOMIC CONDITIONS | POTENTIAL MIGRANTS | UNRECORDED REMITTANCES | METROPOLITAN AREAS | IMPACT OF REMITTANCES | PERMANENT MIGRATION | MIGRATION RATES | POPULATION DYNAMICS | RETURN MIGRATION | DEBT | IMMIGRATION POLICIES | INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS | UNSKILLED LABOR | BALANCE OF PAYMENTS STATISTICS | BORDER MOVEMENTS | RESPECT | JOB CREATION | MIGRATION FLOWS | ECONOMIC TRANSITION | ACCOUNTING | MIGRANT LABOR | POPULATION SETTLEMENTS | PUBLIC SERVICES | MIGRANT REMITTANCES | INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION POLICY | POVERTY REDUCTION | LABOR MARKET | EMIGRATION COUNTRIES | SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC GROWTH | INFLOW OF REMITTANCES | BORDER TRADE | PROVISION OF SERVICES | FUTURE GROWTH | HOUSEHOLD INCOME | BRAIN DRAIN | REMITTANCE FLOWS | DESTINATION COUNTRY | UNDOCUMENTED MIGRANTS | POPULATION SIZE | WAGES | ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES | ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION | IMMIGRATION COUNTRIES | WAR | RURAL AREAS | REMITTANCE DATA | GROSS NATIONAL PRODUCT | EXTERNALITIES | BALANCE OF PAYMENTS | POPULATION CHANGE | CONTRIBUTION OF REMITTANCES | REFUGEE | PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION | QUALITY OF LIFE | UNEMPLOYMENT | EXCHANGE RATE | INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR MIGRATION | MIGRATION | PERMANENT SETTLEMENT | COMPENSATION | FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT | NUMBER OF MIGRANTS | INTERNATIONAL REMITTANCES | FACTORING | FAMILY REUNIFICATION | CAPITAL MARKETS | POPULATION MOVEMENTS | REMITTANCE | SKILLS TRANSFERS | SERVICE PROVIDERS | INTERNATIONAL LABOR ORGANIZATION | UNDOCUMENTED MIGRATION | BENEFITS OF MIGRATION
Book
2012, ISBN 9780821388273, xxviii, 437
Migration and Remittances during the Global Financial Crisis and Beyond 
Emigrant remittances | Economic aspects | Emigration and immigration | Global Financial Crisis, 2008-2009 | Immigrants | Finance & Accounting | Cross-cultural studies | migration flows | census data | migration process | migration patterns | skill composition | economic migration | welfare state | Policy Research Working Paper | migrant | family reunification | civil rights | Brain drain | country pairs | family members | movement of people | skill levels | emigration | push factor | migrant flows | movements of people | economics of immigration | population size | national level | measurement of migration | Foreign Direct Investment | abuse | housing | Policy Research | development policy | number of people | potential migrants | dependence | secondary education | immigrant | international migrants | emigrants | immigrants | human capital | immigration | immigration policy | net migration | complications | undocumented migration | adult population | household level | level of development | levels of education | migration flow | national borders | households | primary education | mortality rate | religion | policy discussions | migrant stock | skilled workers | return migration | immigrant population | mortality | progress | social norms | migration costs | armed conflicts | empirical analysis | Population and Development | nationals | skilled migrants | host country | migration decisions | migration data | wage differentials | Armed Conflict | International Migration | migration policy | immigrant stock | skill level | respect | determinants of migration | wars | international trade | number of migrants | educational attainment | Determinants of migration flows | Diaspora | Migration rates | international conventions | costs of migration | role of migration | labor market | country of origin | Peace | censuses | economic benefits from immigration | social networks | citizenship | war | labor force | native population | country pair | legal rights | undocumented migrants | developing countries | level of education | migrations | migrants | potential migrant | Remittances
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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
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2008, illustrated edition, Trade and Development Series, ISBN 0821372289, xvi, 218
190 million people - 3 percent of the world's population - presently live outside their country of birth and half are women. This volume is the first to... 
Women immigrants | Women | Emigration and immigration | Women foreign workers | Economic aspects | Economic conditions | Brain drain | MIGRANT | MIGRATION STATISTICS | DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH GROUP | HOUSEHOLD SIZE | LABOR MARKETS | REMITTANCES | SURVEY RESULTS | GLOBAL COMMISSION | DEMOGRAPHY | DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS | ETHNICITY | CITIZENS | POPULATION RESEARCH | EMPLOYMENT STATUS | LEGAL MIGRANTS | INTERVIEWING | IMMIGRANT | MINORITY | CENSUSES | COUNTRIES OF DESTINATION | IMMIGRANTS | OPEN MARKETS | UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS | CONSEQUENCES OF MIGRATION | MARITAL STATUS | IMMIGRATION LAW | SURVEY COST | URBAN AREAS | HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS | MINORITY POPULATION | NATIONALS | ETHNIC GROUP | SURVEYING | SURVEY RESEARCH | CASE STUDY | NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS | SEX | INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS | TELEVISION | FIRST GENERATION | HOUSEHOLD LEVEL | RECEIPT | MIGRANTS | ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS | IMMIGRATION REFORM | INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION | STRATIFIED SAMPLING | SURVEY SAMPLING | TRANSPORTATION | POPULATION GROWTH | SAMPLE SIZE | RADIO | DISTRICTS | MIGRATION PROCESS | POTENTIAL MIGRANTS | EDUCATION LEVEL | INTERNATIONAL BANK | LIVING STANDARDS | RETURN MIGRATION | GLOBAL COMMISSION ON INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION | NATIONAL SURVEYS | SURVEY METHODOLOGIES | RESPECT | ETHNIC MINORITIES | INTERVIEWS | FAMILIES | IMMIGRATION | MEDIA | FAMILY MEMBERS | SOCIAL SUPPORT | UNIVERSITY EDUCATION | QUESTIONNAIRE | MINORITY HOUSEHOLDS | INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION REVIEW | SOCIAL PROBLEMS | UNDERESTIMATES | SURVEY DESIGN | IMMIGRANT WOMEN | POPULATION CENSUS | CULTURAL CHANGE | STANDARD ERRORS | DATA COLLECTION | HOSPITAL | EQUALITY | MIGRANT-SENDING COUNTRIES | SPOUSE | POPULATION ASSOCIATION | UNDOCUMENTED MIGRANTS | RESEARCH METHODS | EDUCATION LEVELS | CITIES | WAR | HOUSEHOLD SURVEY | SOCIETY | ETHNIC MINORITY | PROGRESS | GENDER | ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT | LOCAL COMMUNITY | HUMAN POPULATIONS | SURVEY METHODOLOGY | ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS | BIASES | LIVING STANDARDS MEASUREMENT | NUMBER OF PEOPLE | REMITTANCE | QUESTIONNAIRES | HEALTH CARE | SAVINGS | BENEFITS OF MIGRATION | POPULATION ESTIMATES
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Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, ISSN 2074-6857, 2016, Volume 9, Issue 1, pp. 178 - 189
  This article is devoted to current issues of labor migrants' adaptation. The research is based on questioning 210 labor migrants from Uzbekistan aged 17 to... 
Destructiveness | Labor migrants | Constructiveness | Attitude | Efficiency | Mental health | Life-meaning guidelines | Psychological well-being | Potential for adaptation | Adaptation | efficiency | mental health | potential for adaptation | adaptation | labor migrants | psychological well-being | destructiveness | attitude | constructiveness
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Global Networks, ISSN 1470-2266, 10/2016, Volume 16, Issue 4, pp. 470 - 489
Highly skilled migrants are presumably in a better position than less skilled ones to contribute to development in their countries of origin, largely by way of... 
SOCIAL REMITTANCES | TRANSNATIONAL MIGRANTS | DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL | HIGHLY SKILLED MIGRATION | REMITTANCES | REMIT | COUNTRIES | IMMIGRANTS | BRAIN-DRAIN | GLOBALIZATION | GROWTH | ANTHROPOLOGY | INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION | GEOGRAPHY | SOCIOLOGY | Actresses | Actors | Migrants | Skills | Transnationalism | Occupational safety and health | Payments | Health education | Remittances | Economic development
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2011, Directions in Development - General, ISBN 0821369539, xxii, 498
The literature on growth and poverty is voluminous and still evolving. This title distills the most important lessons from developing countries' experience... 
Economic development | Poverty | Development economics | CARIBBEAN REGION | LACK OF FINANCE | LABOR MARKETS | REGIONAL LABOR | POOR | REGIONAL OFFICE | CONSUMPTION EXPENDITURE | LAND HOLDINGS | SOURCE OF OPPORTUNITIES | POVERTY LINKAGES | ECONOMIC GROWTH | POLICY RESEARCH WORKING PAPER | PUBLIC POLICY | INTEREST RATES | EARNINGS | PURCHASING POWER PARITY | SOURCE OF INCOME | TRADITIONAL VALUES | DECLINE IN POVERTY | LABOR MARKET ACTIVITIES | MALARIA | URBAN AREAS | IMPACT OF MIGRATION | HOUSEHOLD ASSETS | PER CAPITA CONSUMPTION | POLITICAL INSTABILITY | CULTURAL BARRIERS | KINSHIP NETWORKS | LACK OF INFORMATION | SEX | INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS | JOB OPPORTUNITIES | QUALITATIVE DATA | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | FERTILITY | HOUSEHOLD LEVEL | AGGREGATE POVERTY | CONSUMPTION AGGREGATE | SOCIAL POLICY | HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION | POVERTY DATA | INCOME GAINS | HUSBAND | POPULATION GROWTH | FOOD CONSUMPTION | MARKETING | MIGRANT WORKERS | RURAL | RURAL AREA | CHRONIC ILLNESS | EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES | POVERTY LEVELS | TEENS | LIMITED ACCESS | PURCHASING POWER | COUNTERFACTUAL | DOMESTIC LABOR | MIGRATION PROCESS | INTERNATIONAL BANK | LIVING STANDARDS | RURAL MIGRATION | RETURN MIGRATION | GOVERNMENT POLICY | USE PER CAPITA | POVERTY IMPACT | REDUCTION IN POVERTY | FAMILIES | FAMILY MEMBERS | ADULT POPULATION | KINSHIP | TEMPORARY MIGRANTS | FINANCIAL COST | SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS | LACK OF CREDIT | LABOR MARKET | CONSUMPTION SMOOTHING | VILLAGE | HUSBANDS | LAND VALUE | DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS | SPOUSE | YOUNG ADULTS | RESOURCE ALLOCATION | DEVELOPMENT BANK | EDUCATION LEVELS | ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES | POOR HOUSEHOLDS | INSURANCE | MONEYLENDERS | PHYSICAL CAPITAL | ILLNESS | RURAL AREAS | INCOME GROUPS | HOUSEHOLD SURVEY | URBANIZATION | GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT | MEDICAL TREATMENT | POOR PEOPLE | LOAN | PROGRESS | SPILLOVER | ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT | SOCIAL NORMS | MIGRATION | RURAL VILLAGES | VIOLENCE | POLICY RESEARCH | SAVINGS | POOR RURAL REGIONS | ECONOMIC SHOCKS | GOVERNMENT POLICIES | INCOME GROWTH | MARKET FAILURES | MIGRANT | HOUSEHOLD SIZE | REMITTANCES | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | POLICY IMPLICATIONS | REMOTE AREAS | AIDS EPIDEMIC | BUSINESS OWNERSHIP | CITIZENS | PRACTITIONERS | CAPITAL INVESTMENT | INCOME DISTRIBUTION | POLITICAL ECONOMY | MOTHER | EXCLUSION | MINISTRY OF HEALTH | URBAN CENTER | DISSEMINATION | RISK SHARING | INHERITANCE | COPING STRATEGY | REMOTE LOCATIONS | RURAL REGIONS | POVERTY RATES | HOUSEHOLD NUMBER | REGIONAL CAPITAL | INCOME INEQUALITY | CONSUMPTION PER CAPITA | ISOLATION | POORER HOUSEHOLDS | PRODUCTION PROCESS | MIGRANTS | AGED | INTERVENTION | INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION | POVERTY RATE | HOUSEHOLD HEAD | MOUNTAIN REGION | POPULATION AND DEVELOPMENT | PULL FACTORS | HOUSEHOLD HEAD AGE | SIBLINGS | AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE | ADULT MORTALITY | POOR INDIVIDUALS | AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD INCOME | EMPLOYER | HIV | INTERNATIONAL MIGRANT | LEGAL STATUS | MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS | POVERTY DYNAMICS | NATURAL DISASTERS | PUSH FACTORS | IMPERFECT INFORMATION | EDUCATION LEVEL | PERMANENT MIGRATION STATUS | DROUGHT | IMMIGRATION POLICIES | NATIONAL BORDERS | FOOD CONSUMPTION PER CAPITA | RESPECT | IMMIGRATION | BASIC NEEDS | LOW-INCOME COUNTRIES | LABOR MOBILITY | HEAD OF HOUSEHOLD | HOUSEHOLD EXPENDITURES ON FOOD | POVERTY REDUCTION | POVERTY LINE | TEMPORARY MIGRATION | URBAN MIGRATION | EXPLOITATION | HOUSEHOLD INCOME | FINANCIAL CONSTRAINTS | INCOME DYNAMICS | SOCIAL PROTECTION | SOCIAL NETWORKS | POVERTY INDICATORS | CASH EXPENDITURES | EXPATRIATES | ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANCE | HOUSEHOLD BUDGET | DEMOGRAPHIC COMPOSITION | HUMAN CAPITAL | COUNTRY OF DESTINATION | HOUSEHOLD WELFARE | GENDER | HOUSING | FULL POTENTIAL OF MIGRATION | UNEMPLOYMENT | BANK OFFICE | FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT | SCHOOLING | DIVORCE | EXPORT MARKETS | REMITTANCE | POLICY MAKERS | ACCESS TO LOANS | UNDOCUMENTED MIGRATION | BENEFITS OF MIGRATION | REGIONAL LABOR MARKETS
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Journal of Mass Spectrometry, ISSN 1076-5174, 11/2014, Volume 49, Issue 11, pp. 1181 - 1190
Pressure‐sensitive adhesives (PSA) are used to manufacture labels that are applied directly on the food. These adhesives could contain not only intentionally... 
pressure‐sensitive adhesives | NIAS | risk exposure | food contact material | APGC‐Q‐TOF | pressure-sensitive adhesives | APGC-Q-TOF | CHEMISTRY, ANALYTICAL | PACKAGING MATERIALS | SPECTROSCOPY | BIOCHEMICAL RESEARCH METHODS | SUBSTANCES | ADHESIVES | Gas chromatography | Usage | Food labeling | Mass spectrometry | Adhesives | Atmospheric pressure | Joining | Labels | Foods | Contact
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