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Do Remittances Promote Human Development?

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We study the effect of workers’ remittances on human development in developing countries and examine if the relationship differs across income groups. Using a dynamic panel estimator and a sample of 117 developing countries over the period 1980–2015, we find that remittances are effective in promoting human development and that the relationship may be dependent on the income level of the country. In particular, we find that remittances have a greater impact in relatively less-developed countries.
 

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Strengthening Guyana's Fiscal Framework in Anticipation of an Oil Boom

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Forecasting Tourism Demand in Selected Caribbean Countries Using Optimised Grey Forecasting Models

Long-Run Relationship among Energy Exports, Manufacturing Exports, and GDP Per Capita in Resource-Rich SIDS: Evidence from Trinidad and Tobago

Trade and Caribbean Development Nexus: A Tribute to Sir Alister McIntyre

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Notes and Comments - Development of Jamaica Scale to Measure Fathering Identity: The Mandad Scale

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Sitting on the Fence: Positioning Swing Voters in Trinidad’s Ethnically Divided Society

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Racialized Financial Exclusion in the Anglophone Caribbean

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Exploring Multidimensional Poverty with Rural Women in Jamaica

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Competing in the US Market: Central American Garment Assemblers

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