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South-South Migration and Remittances reports on preliminary results from an ongoing effort to improve data on bilateral migration stocks. It sets out some working hypotheses on the determinants and socioeconomic implications of South-South migration and provides recommendations to policy makers to reduce transaction costs and improve the effectiveness of remittances flows.
|Introduction and Main Findings||p. 1|
|The Extent of South-South Migration||p. 3|
|South-South Remittances||p. 11|
|South-South Remittance Costs||p. 13|
|Determinants of South-South Migration||p. 15|
|Seasonal Migration||p. 19|
|Petty Trade||p. 20|
|Conflict and Disaster||p. 20|
|Socioeconomic Dimensions of South-South Migration||p. 23|
|Irregular Migration||p. 25|
|Trafficking in Persons||p. 29|
|Bilateral Migration Data||p. 37|
|Estimating Bilateral Remittances||p. 43|
|Remittance Costs||p. 47|
|About the Authors||p. 55|
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Series: World Bank Working Papers
Published: May 2007
Country of Publication: US