IMPACT OF MIGRANTS' REMITTANCES ON ECONOMIC GROWTH: CASE OF MOROCCO
Safaa Tabit and
Charaf Eddine Moussir ()
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Safaa Tabit: Université Mohammed 5 Agdal
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This paper aims to analyze the impact of MRA's remittances on economic growth by using two models VAR and ECM over the period 1975-2014. The results conclude that MRA's remittances represent a determinant of economic growth, in the short term, with an elasticity low compared to the long-term behavior. Given the impulse responses analysis, a shock on MRA's transfers has a positive impact on GDP, investment and consumption.
Keywords: Economic growth; Remittances; VAR; Error correction model; Moroccans resident abroad (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Published in International Journal of Innovation and Applied Studies, ISSR Journals, 2017, 20 (1), pp.226-233. 〈http://www.ijias.issr-journals.org/abstract.php?article=IJIAS-16-314-05〉
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