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The Development Dimension Migration, Remittances and Development: DO INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION AND REMITTANCES REDUCE POVERTY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES?

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International migration is one of the most important factors affecting economic relations between developed and developing countries in the 21st century. At the start of the century, it was estimated that about 175 million people ‐ roughly 3% of the world population ‐ lived and worked outside the country of their birth (United Nations, 2002).
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Document Type: Review Article

Publication date: 2005-11-01

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