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The Development Dimension Migration, Remittances and Development: WHAT IS THE MACROECONOMIC IMPACT OF INTERNATIONAL REMITTANCES ON THE HOME COUNTRY?

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Migration has become a central feature of the current international economy. In the year 2000, around 175 million people were residing outside their country of birth or citizenship ‐ 3% of the world's population.2 Globalisation has led to the increase in labour movements between labour markets across national borders.
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Document Type: Review Article

Publication date: 2005-11-01

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