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Trends in workers' remittances: a worldwide overview
Increasing economic integration around the world bestows workers' remittances a growing potential importance as a source of financing foreign transactions. This paper investigates trends in workers ' remittances in developed ...
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(M.E. Sharpe Inc., 2014)
Central bank reform, liberalization and inflation in transition economies-an international perspective
(Elsevier BV, 2002)
This paper develops extensive new indices of legal independence (central bank indepedence (CBI) for new central banks (CBs) in 26 former socialist economies. The indices reveal that CB reform in the FSE during the 1990s ...
Determinants of workers' remittances: the case of Turkey
Workers ' remittance flows to Turkey have dramatically increased since the 1960s, constituting a significant proportion of imports. The empirical evidence in this paper indicates that black market premium, interest rate ...
What determines the "legal" quality of bank regulation and supervision?
(Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Inc., 2008)
This article has two contributions. First, using the methodology of Neyapti and Dincer, it provides measures of legal quality of bank regulation and supervision (RS) for a new set of developed and less-developed countries. ...
Determinants of workers' remittances: Turkish evidence from high-frequency data
The potential importance of workers remittances (WR) as a relatively stable source of foreign exchange has been growing across the world. We present time-series evidence on the determinants of WR in a large developing ...