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Remittances Review

2016 - 2017

Current editor(s): Prof Ibrahim Sirkeci, Prof Dr Jeffrey H. Cohen and Prof Philip L. Martin

From Transnational Press London, UK
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Volume 2, issue 2, 2017

Editorial pp. 61-62 Downloads
Ibrahim Sirkeci
More Than a Criminal Tool: The Hawala System’s Role As A Critical Remittance Channel for Low-Income Pakistani Migrants in Dubai pp. 63-88 Downloads
Froilan Tuccat Malit, Mouawiya Alawad and George Naufal
The Use of Virtual Currencies in Small-value Cross-border Remittances and its Implication pp. 89-119 Downloads
Gongpil Choi, Meeyoung Park and NaEun Park
Hometown associations, urban-to-rural collective remittances and rural development in Turkey pp. 121-136 Downloads
Ayşegül Kayaoğlu
Emigration, remittances and emerging family structure: findings from a household survey in eight selected villages in Eastern Uttar Pradesh, India pp. 137-155 Downloads
Imtiyaz Ali, Ram B. Bhagat and Sabiha Mahboob

Volume 2, issue 1, 2017

Editorial: Advancing Scholarship on Remittances pp. 1-4 Downloads
Jeffrey H. Cohen
Socially Embedded Character of Informal Channels of Remittances: ‘Omalayisha’ in the South Africa/Zimbabwe Remittance Corridor pp. 5-22 Downloads
Vusilizwe Thebe and Sara Mutyatyu
Monetary and non-monetary remittances of Egyptians abroad pp. 23-29 Downloads
Ayman Zohry
Do remittances supplement South Asian development? pp. 31-45 Downloads
Ahsan Ullah
Cost of Sending Remittances from the UK in the Aftermath of the Financial Crisis pp. 47-56 Downloads
Ibrahim Sirkeci and Andrej Přívara
Book Review pp. 57-59 Downloads
Bharati Basu

Volume 1, issue 1, 2016

Editorial: Introducing Remittances Review pp. 1-4 Downloads
Ibrahim Sirkeci
Remittances and their social meaning in Tajikistan pp. 5-16 Downloads
Natalie Zotova and Jeffrey H. Cohen
Role of Financial Sector in the Remittances-Growth Nexus in Fiji pp. 17-36 Downloads
Hong Chen and Tiru Jayaraman
Migration, Trade and Remittances: Low- and High-Skilled Workers pp. 39-52 Downloads
Philip L. Martin
Remittances and the promise of financial democracy: critical reflections from the US-Mexico case pp. 53-64 Downloads
Matt Bakker
State Healthcare and the Impact of Remittances on Turnout in Mexico pp. 65-104 Downloads
Ana Isabel Lopez Garcia
Do remittances differ depending on migration pathway and length of stay? pp. 105-118 Downloads
Anita Pugliese, Julie Ray and Neli Esipova
Book Review pp. 119-120 Downloads
Ibrahim Sirkeci
Book Review pp. 120-121 Downloads
Ibrahim Sirkeci
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