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Migration and remittances during the global financial crisis and beyond

Ibrahim Sirkeci

Migration and remittances during the global financial crisis and beyond

by Ibrahim Sirkeci

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Published by World Bank in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cross-cultural studies,
  • Global Financial Crisis, 2008-2009,
  • Emigration and immigration,
  • Emigrant remittances,
  • Immigrants,
  • Economic aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Ibrahim Sirkeci, Jeffrey H. Cohen and Dilip Ratha
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJV6217 .M545 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25005104M
    ISBN 109780821388266, 9780821388273
    LC Control Number2011032374

      Migration and Remittances during the Global Financial Crisis and Beyond explores several important topics including how the crisis impacted remittance practices globally and how migrants adjusted to meet the challenge of the resulting recession. The authors show how, in most cases, remittances did not drop as quickly or precipitously as did other economic : Judy Miriga. Migration and remittances during the global financial crisis and beyond (Английский) Аннотация. Immigrants tend to be more negatively affected by economic crisis than natives, particularly when governments apply strict immigration by:

    During the financial crisis, the possible changes in remittance-sending behavior and potential avenues to alleviate a probable decline in remittance, ISBN Buy the Migration and Remittances during the Global Financial Crisis and Beyond ebook. During the financial crisis, the possible changes in remittance-sending behavior and potential avenues to alleviate a probable decline in remittance flows became concerns. This book brings together a wide array of studies from around the worl.

    The debates over and interest in remittances have grown significantly in the last decade or so. This is mainly due to the growth in the volume of remittances sent and received around the world which exceeded billion USD per annum. Despite a burgeoning literature, most studies focus on the receiving end. However, it takes two to tango. The circumstances of those sending and the impact of Author: Fethiye Tilbe. The report,Migration and Remittances during the Global Financial Crisis and Beyond. was produced with support of External Affairs, the Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Network, and the Development Prospects Group at the World Bank.


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Migration and remittances during the global financial crisis and beyond by Ibrahim Sirkeci Download PDF EPUB FB2

There are several reasons for migration and remittances to be relatively resilient to the crisis. First, remittances are sent by the stock (cumulative flows) of migrants, not only by the recent arrivals (in fact, recent arrivals often do not remit as regularly as they must establish themselves in their new homes).

Second, contrary to expectations, return migration did not take place as expected even as the financial crisis. There are several reasons for migration and remittances to be relatively resilient to the crisis. First, remittances are sent by the stock (cumulative flows) of migrants, not only by the recent arrivals (in fact, recent arrivals often do not remit as regularly as they must establish themselves in their new homes).Format: Paperback.

This book is perhaps the first comprehensive study of remittances during the financial crisis and is a timely addition to the literature.

It comes at a time when countries are grappling with the global financial crisis and it's after effects. Comment Migration and Remittances during the Global Economic Crisis and Beyond is a new book published  by the Bank (edited by Sirkeci, Cohen and Ratha - see here).

Alongside the main argument that remittances are largely proven to be resilient during the crisis, it reveals few more insights and poses a more questions than it answers.

Migration and remittances during the global financial crisis and beyond (English) Abstract. Immigrants tend to be more negatively affected by economic crisis than natives, particularly when governments apply strict immigration controls.

With the onset of the financial crisis in the latter half ofthere were widespread concerns: would migrants Cited by: The fears that the economic crisis of would lead to a decline in remittances and the returns of migrants to their sending countries were largely unfounded.

Our volume reveals that while. (PDF) Migration and Remittances during the Global Financial Crisis and Beyond | Ibrahim Sirkeci and Jeffrey Cohen - "During the financial crisis, the possible changes in remittance-sending behavior and potential avenues to alleviate a probable decline in remittance flows became concerns.

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Cohen and Dilip Ratha. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN — ISBN (electronic) 1. Emigration and immigration—Economic aspects. Global Financial Crisis, 3.

Migration and Remittances during the Global Financial Crisis and Beyond Edited by Ibrahim Sirkeci Jeffrey H. Cohen Dilip Ratha THE WORLD BANK Washington, D.C.

The current global economic crisis is impacting migration patterns and processes around the world. A reduction in migration flows globally has been reported, and in particular declines in irregular migration flows have been observed in some regions.

The World Bank has reported a slowdown in the rate of increase of remittances on a global level, although with important regional. Migration and Remittances during the Global Financial Crisis and Beyond Ibrahim Sirkeci Jeffrey H.

Cohen Dilip Ratha Editors Migration and Remittances during the Global Financial Crisis and Beyond Migration and Remittances during the Global Financial Crisis and Beyond Edited by Ibrahim Sirkeci Jeffrey H.

Cohen Dilip Ratha Washington, D.C. There are several reasons for migration and remittances to be relatively resilient to the crisis. First, remittances are sent by the stock (cumulative flows) of migrants, not only by the recent arrivals (in fact, recent arrivals often do not remit as regularly as they must establish themselves in their new homes).

The global financial crisis and remittances. What past evidence suggests. Massimiliano Calì with Salvatore Dell’Erba. June Overseas Development Institute. Westminster Bridge Road. London SE1 7JD. 1 This paper was produced for the UK Department for International Development (DFID) study o n the global financial crisis.

Migration and Remittances during the Global Financial Crisis and Beyond. Edited by Ibrahim Sirkeci Jeffrey H. Cohen Dilip Ratha. Washington, D.C. In book: Migration and Remittances during the Global Financial Crisis and Beyond., Publisher: World Bank, Editors: Ibrahim Sirkeci, Jeffrey H.

Cohen, Dilip Ratha, pp Cite this publication. Migration and remittances during the global financial crisis and beyond (الانكليزية) الخلاصة. Immigrants tend to be more negatively affected by economic crisis than natives, particularly when governments apply strict immigration by: In fact, migrants may have mitigated some of the pain of the crisis as they tend to work for lower wages, receive fewer benefits and rely relatively little on the state, says the ‘Migration and Remittances during the Global Financial Crisis and Beyond’ book.

“During the crisis, remittances continued to provide a steady source of foreign. Book working title: “Global Migration and Remittances during the Financial Crisis and Beyond” To be published by the World Bank in Spring Edited by Ibrahim Sirkeci, Jeffrey H.

Cohen, and Dilip Ratha. This book aims to explore and examine near-term and long-term impacts of the global financial crisis on global migration and remittance flows. Part I --Chapter 1 Theoretical Appraisal: Understanding Remittances / Jeffrey H. Cohen Cohen, Jeffrey H., Ibrahim Sirkeci Sirkeci, Ibrahim 15 --Chapter 2 Forecasting Migrant Remittances during the Global Financial Crisis / Sanket Mohapatra Mohapatra, Sanket, Dilip Ratha Ratha, Dilip 23 --Chapter 3 Economic Crises and Migration: Learning from.

been published in the World Bank’s special edition on migration: Migration and Remittances during the Global Financial Crisis and Beyond. Douglas Brooks provided overall leadership in implementing the project and preparing this book.

Guntur Sugiyarto, as the project officer, edited the book .Get this from a library! Migration and remittances during the global financial crisis and beyond.

[İbrahim Sirkeci; Jeffrey H Cohen; Dilip Ratha;] -- During the financial crisis, the possible changes in remittance-sending behavior and potential avenues to alleviate a probable decline in remittance flows became concerns.

This book brings.Migration and remittances during the global financial crisis and beyond (英语) 摘要. Immigrants tend to be more negatively affected by economic crisis than natives, particularly when governments apply strict immigration controls.

With the onset of the financial crisis in the latter half ofthere were widespread concerns: would migrants Cited by: