Answered By: Bobray Bordelon Last Updated: Dec 18, 2017 Views: 74
Answered By: Bobray Bordelon
Last Updated: Dec 18, 2017 Views: 74
- Remittances Data data from the World Bank.
- Provides detailed data including bilateral flows for many nations.
- Consult their Migration and Remittances Factbook. Print edition in Firestone Trustee Reading Room Reference (DR), call number JV6019.M537. Older in Firestone.
- UNCTADSTAT includes remittances back to 1980. Click on External Financial Resources, then Migrant's remittances.
- World Development Indicators includes summary data on "Workers' remittances and compensation of employees, received."
- International Monetary Fund's Balance of Payment Statistics available in:
- Migration Information Source for background information on remittances from the United States.
- EIU Country Profiles and Reports is a good source for commentary on remittances for specific countries.
- Migration Policy Institute publishes many works on remittances.
- Inter-American Development Bank Remittances for information on remittances in the Western Hemisphere.
- The Migration Supplement to the August 2008 Current Population Survey inquired about monetary transfers (i.e. remittances).
- Data and Statistical Services for datasets with a major focus on remittances.
- EconLit for articles search.
- Catalog for emigrant remittances in the subject field .
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