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Last Updated: Apr 14, 2016     Views: 0

Start with the Migration and Remittances page from World Bank, and their Factbook. It provides detailed data including bilateral flows for many nations.

UNCTADSTAT also includes remittances back to 1980.

The Migration Policy Institute offers statistics, reports, factbooks, maps and more information about migration.

For information on remittances in the Western Hemisphere, go to the Inter-American Development Bank Remittances Site.

For background information on remittances from Spain, see the INE. Access Inebase via E-Resources List.

See also: Observatorio Permanente de la Inmigracion

For background information on remittances from Europe see Eurostat
 

To find books on this topic, search under the subject "emigrant remittances" in the IESE Library catalog.

For articles search EconLit.
 

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