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References Acharya, C. P. and Leon-Gonzalez, R. (2012), The impact of remittance on poverty and inequality: A micro-simulation study for Nepal, ‘National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies Discussion Paper’, 11-26. Adams, R. H. (2004), Remittances and poverty in Gautemala, ‘World Bank Policy Research Working Paper’, No. 3418. Adams, R. H. and Page, J. (2005), Do international migration and remittances reduce poverty in developing countries?, ‘World Development’, 33(10), 1645-1669. Adams, R. H., Cuecuecha, A. and Page, J. (2008) The impact of remittances on

References Acosta, P. Fajnzylber, P. and Lopez, H. 2007. The Impact of Remittances on Poverty and Human Capital: Evidence from Latin American Household Surveys. World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 4247. Acosta, P., Calderon, C., Fajnzylber, P., and Lopez, J. H., 2008. What is the Impact of International Remittances on Poverty and Inequality in Latin America?. World Development 36 (1): 89-114. Adams, Jr. R. H., 1991. The Effects of International Remittances on Poverty, Inequality, and Development in Rural Egypt. IFPRI Research Report No. 86, Washington

References Acharya, P.C. & Leon-Gonzales, R. (2012). The Impact of Remittance on Poverty and Inequality: A Micro-Simulation Study for Nepal (GRIPS Discussion Paper, No. 11-26), Tokyo: National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies. Acosta, P., Calderon, C., Fajnzylber, P. & Lopez, J.H. (2008). Do Remittances Lower Poverty Levels in Latin America? In: Fajnzylber, P. & Lopez, J.H. (Eds.), Remittances and Development Lessons from Latin America (pp. 87-132). Washington: World Bank. Adams, H.R. (2004). Remittances and Poverty in Guatemala (World Bank Policy Research

References Abida, Z. and Sghaier, I.M. (2014), Remittances, Financial Development and Economic Growth: The Case of North African Countrie s, “Romanian Economic Journal”, 17 (51), pp. 137–170. Aggarwal, R., Demirguc-Kunt, A. and Martinez Peria, M.S. (2006), Do workers” remittances promote financial development? World Bank , (2014). “Annual Remittance Data”, in World Bank (ed.), Remittance Data, Washington D.C. Aggarwal, R., Demirgüç-Kunt, A. and Peria, M.S.M. (2011), Do remittances promote financial development? , “Journal of Development Economics”, 96 (2), pp

References Amuedo-Dorantes, C. (2014). The good and the bad in remittance flows. San Diego: San Diego State University, USA, and IZA, Germany. ASK. (2014). Kosovan migration. Pristina: Kosovo Agency of Statistics. Azam, M. (2015). The role of migrant workers remittances in fostering economic growth: The four Asian developing countries’ experiences. International Journal of Social Economics, 42(8), 690 - 705. Barajas, A., Chami, R., Fullenkamp, C., Gapen, M., & P., M. (2009). Do workers’ remittances promote economic growth? Working Paper. International Monetary

References Aggarwal, R., Demirguc-Kunt, A. and Peria, M.S.M. (2011). Do remitances promote financial development?. Journal of Develoment Economics, 96, 255–264 Anghelache, C., Niță, G. and Badiu, A. (2016). Migrants remittances – an important and stable source of external funds, in the economic development of a country. Romanian Statistical Review Supplement, 12, 83-90 Chirtoc, I.E.; Bălăcescu, A. (2010) Efectele pozitive ale fenomenului mobilităţii forţei de muncă asupra contului curent al României, Analele Universităţii “Constantin Brâncuşi” din Târgu Jiu

phenomenal size of the remittances sent to home countries. In 2017, migrants sent $ 613 billion as remittances to their home countries, with developing countries receiving a major chunk ( World Development Indicators, 2019 ). These remittances are an abundant source of financing the development programs of developing countries. The extent of international financial flows into developing countries, of which remittances are an important component, is an important measure of financial development. Until a few decades ago, international financial flows mainly consisted of

References Aydas ,O. T., Metin-Ozcan, K., Neyapti, B., (2005), Determinants of Workers' Remittances : The Case of Turkey", Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, M.E. Sharpe, Inc., vol. 41(3), pages 53-69, May. Arun, T., Ulku, H., (2011), Determinants of remittances: The case of the South Asian community in Manchester. Journal of Development Studies, 47(6), 894-912. Bouoiyour, J., Miftah, A., (2015), Why do migrants remit? Testing hypotheses for the case of Morocco. IZA Journal of Migration, 4(1), 1-20. Buch, C. M. , Kuckulenz, A., (2004), Worker Remittances and

phenomenon. In the present paper, we acknowledge the vast “semantic” bound implied by the concept of migration. Apart from inherent aspects such as the importance of remittances, the unravelling of families or the frequently discussed brain-drain, we are presented an image of Latin America, a region dominated by contradictions, since it may well be considered as both destination region and net immigration labour force. Keywords: migration, globalisation, remittances, families, brain

blant innvandrere i Norge 2005/2006, Statistisk sentralbyrå (SSB), Oslo. Carling, J 2008, ‘Determinants of migrant remittances’, Oxford Review of Economic Policy, vol. 24, no. 3, 2008, pp. 582-559. Cheran, R 2003, ‘Diaspora circulation and transnationalism as agents for change in the post conflict zones of Sri Lanka’, A policy paper submitted to the Berghof Foundation for Conflict Management, Berlin, Germany. Cheran, R & Aiken, S 2005 ‘Tamil transnational money transfer networks (undiyal), Canada/Sri Lanka’, in Working paper, Spring, York University, Toronto Coleman