The Revolving Door of Emigration: The Economic Influences of Remittances in Developing Countries
Economic incentives play an integral role in many individuals' choices to leave their country of origin. While a person may independently make the decision to migrate, some governments have developed extensive programs to promote the export of workers. Developing nations often initiate such programs for the purpose of acquiring additional sources of foreign exchange and external financing, as emigrants in transnational families can play a critical role in development through remittances. Remittances to developing countries totaled $325 billion in 2010, and they will likely continue to increase along with emigration. The following Comment considers the palpable contribution remittances have on stimulating growth in developing countries.
Laura L. Norris,
The Revolving Door of Emigration: The Economic Influences of Remittances in Developing Countries,
Nw. J. Int'l L. & Bus.
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