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Introduction: The MIRAB model in the twenty-first century
Beyond MIRAB: Do aid and remittances crowd out export growth in Pacific microeconomies?
Pacific flows: The fluidity of remittances in the Cook Islands
Marsters, Evelyn; Lewis, Nick; Friesen, Wardlow
Managing the hinterland beyond: Two ideal-type strategies of economic development for small island territories
Small island tourist economies across the life cycle
McElroy, Jerome L.
Geographical ‘handicaps’ and small states: Some implications for the Pacific from a global perspective
Armstrong, Harvey; Read, Robert
Remittances sent by a growing altruistic diaspora: How do they grow over time?
Changes in the economic fortunes of Pacific Islanders in the USA in the 1990s
Ahlburg, Dennis; Song, Yong Nam
US economic assistance to two Micronesian nations: Aid impact, dependency and migration
Friberg, Emil; Schaefer, Kendall; Holen, Leslie
Occupation-specific analysis of migration and remittance behaviour: Pacific Island nurses in Australia and New Zealand
Brown, Richard P.C.; Connell, John
Working overseas: Seafarers’ remittances and their distribution in Kiribati
Publications received September 2005 to December 2005