This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 52 references in this bibliography folder.

Aggarwal, R, Demirguc-Kunt, A, and Martinez Peria, M (2011).
Do Workers' Remittances Promote Financial Development?
Journal of Development Economics, 96:255–264.

Bhaskara, B and Hassan, G (2011).
A Panel Data Analysis of the Growth Effects of Remittances
Economic Modelling, 28(1-2):701–709.

Parinduri, R and Thangavelu, S (2011).
Impact of Remittances on Human Capital Development of Children in Indonesian Household

Adams, RJ and Cuecuecha, A (2010).
Remittances, Household Expenditure and Investment in Guatemala
World Development, 38(10):1626-1641.

Acosta, P, Lartey, E, and Mandelman, F (2009).
Remittances and the Dutch Disease
Journal of International Economics, 79(1):102-116.

Bansak, C and Chezum, B (2009).
How Do Remittances Affect Human Capital Formation of School-Age Boys and Girls?
American Economic Review: Papers & Proceedings, 99(2):145–148.

Bettin, G and Zazzaro, A (2009).
Remittances and Financial Development: Substitutes or Complements in Economic Growth?
Money and Finance Research Group, Università delle Marche, Rome, Italy, Mo.Fi.R. Working Paper(28).

Calero, C, Bedi, A, and Sparrow, R (2009).
Remittances, Liquidity Constraints and Human Capital Investments in Ecuador
World Development, 37(6):1143–1154.

Catrinescu, N, Leon-Ledesma, M, Piracha, M, and Quillin, B (2009).
Remittances, Institutions, and Economic Growth
World Development, 27(1):81–92.

Giuliano, P and Ruiz-Arranz, M (2009).
Remittances, Financial Development, and Growth
Journal of Development Economics, 90(1):144–152.

Gupta, S, Pattillo, C, and Wagh, S (2009).
Effect of Remittances on Poverty and Financial Development in Sub-Saharan Africa
World Development, 37(1):104–115.

World Bank (2009).
Global Development Finance
World Bank Website, World Bank, Washington, D.C.

Lartey, E, Mandelman, F, and Acosta, P (2008).
Remittances, Exchange Rate Regimes, and the Dutch Disease: A Panel Data Analysis
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Atlanta, GA, Working Paper(2008-12).

Yang, D (2008).
International Migration, Remittances and Household Investment: Evidence from Philippine Migrants’ Exchange Rate Shocks
The Economic Journal, 118:591–630.

Lopez, H, Molina, L, and Bussolo, M (2007).
Remittances and Real Exchange Rate
The World Bank, Washington, D.C., World Bank Policy Research Working Paper(4213).

Toxopeus, H and Lensink, R (2007).
Remittances and Financial Inclusion in Development
United Nations University, World Institute for Development Economics Research, Helsinki, Finland, WIDER Research Paper(2007/49).

Woodruff, C (2007).
Mexican Microenterprise Investment and Employment: The Role of Remittances
Integration and Trade Journal, 27:185–209.

Woodruff, C and Zenteno, R (2007).
Migration Networks and Microenterprises in Mexico
Journal of Development Economics, 82(2):509–528.

Siddiqui, R and Kemal, A (2006).
Remittances, Trade Liberalisation, and Poverty in Pakistan: The Role of Excluded Variables in Poverty Change Analysis
The Pakistan Development Review, 45(3):383–415.

World Bank (2006).
The Development Impact of Workers' Remittances in Latin America, Vol. 2: Detailed Findings. (Chapter 3, Section V), Report No. 37026
The World Bank, Washington, D.C.

Adams, R and Page, J (2005).
Do International Migration and Remittances Reduce Poverty in Developing Countries?
World Development, 33(10):1645-1669.

Chami, R, Fullenkamp, C, and Jahjah, S (2005).
Are Immigrant Remittance Flows a Source of Capital for Development?
IMF Staff Papers, 52(1):55–81.

IMF (2005).
World Economic Outlook
International Monetary Fund, Washington, D.C.

Lucas, R (2005).
International Migration and Economic Development
Stockholm: Expert Group on Development Issues, Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs.

López-Córdova, J (2005).
Globalization, Migration, and Development: The Role of Mexican Migrant Remittances
Economía, 6(1):217–256.