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245 10 Financing the family|h[electronic resource] ;|bRemittances
       to Central America in a time of crisis /|cEdited by Inter-
       American Development Bank. 
260    Basingstoke :|bPalgrave Macmillan :|b[distributor] Not 
       Avail,|c2013. 
300    212 p. :|b25 b&w, line drawings, 25. 
500    Electronic book text. 
500    Epublication based on: 9781137338389, 2013. 
505 0  1. Introduction-- Gabriela Inchauste and Ernesto Stein 2. 
       Migration, Remittances, and Economic Development: A 
       Literature Review-- Dean Yang 3. Enhancing the Impact of 
       Remittances on Development: New Evidence from Experiments 
       among Migrants from El Salvador-- Dean Yang 4. US Migrant 
       Employment and Remittances to Central America: A 
       Cointegration Approach-- Gabriela Inchauste, Cesar Liendo 
       and Ernesto Stein 5. Remittances and Poverty in the 
       Context of Economic Crisis: Honduras and El Salvador-- 
       Viviane Azevedo, Cesar P. Bouillon, and Marcos Robles 6. 
       Trends in Economic Outcomes for Salvadoran Migrants and 
       Their Remittance Recipients during the US Economic Crisis:
       Insights from the El Salvador Survey of Migrant Families--
       Diego Aycinena, Sebastian Calonico, Gabriela Inchauste, 
       Claudia Martinez and Dean Yang. 
516    Document 
520    Interest in learning how to make the most of the potential
       developmental benefits of remittance flows has grown 
       worldwide. Financing the Family adds to that body of 
       knowledge with a summary of recent research that 
       emphasizes experimental approaches, focuses on Central 
       America, and analyzes the impact of the recent financial 
       crisis.|bInterest in learning how to make the most of the 
       potential developmental benefits of remittance flows has 
       grown worldwide, but few attempts have been made to 
       summarize existing knowledge in a way that is easy to 
       digest. Financing the Family adds to that body of 
       knowledge with a summary of recent research that 
       emphasizes experimental approaches, focuses on Central 
       America, and analyzes the impact of the recent financial 
       crisis. It finds that while remittances generate many 
       benefits for both migrants and their families back home, 
       the long-term effects of migration on social cohesion and 
       child welfare demands further study. The book also 
       explores how to enhance the development impact of 
       remittances through innovative financial instruments that 
       give migrants greater control over the money they send 
       home. Finally, the book exposes the vulnerability of 
       Central American countries to a weaker U.S. economy. It 
       demonstrates how focusing on the sectors and states where 
       migrants are concentrated can allow for better policy 
       responses in the face of economic downturns. 
538    PDF. 
545 0  The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), established in 
       1959 to support the process of economic and social 
       development in Latin America and the Caribbean, is the 
       main source of multilateral financing in the region. The 
       IDB Group provides solutions to development challenges by 
       partnering with governments, companies and civil society 
       organizations, thus reaching its clients ranging from 
       central governments to city authorities and businesses. It
       also offers research, advice and technical assistance to 
       support key areas including education, poverty reduction 
       and agriculture as well as cross-border issues such as 
       trade, infrastructure and energy.     Gabriela Inchauste 
       is Senior Economist in the Poverty Reduction and Equity 
       Department of the World Bank. Prior to joining the World 
       Bank, she worked as a Senior Economist at the 
       International Monetary Fund and the Inter-American 
       Development Bank where she contributed to operational and 
       analytical activities in a number of countries on topics 
       including macroeconomic forecasting, public expenditure 
       policy, poverty and social impact analysis, fiscal and 
       debt sustainability analysis, post-disaster needs 
       assessments, and subsidy reform. She has published 
       articles in academic volumes and journals on fiscal policy
       and decentralization, the impact of crises on the poor, 
       and the informal sector. She has contributed to a number 
       of World Bank Poverty Assessments, Public Expenditure 
       Reviews, and the recent World Development Report on Jobs. 
       Her current work focuses on decomposing the contributions 
       to poverty and inequality reduction. Gabriela holds a 
       Ph.D. in economics from the University of Texas at Austin.
       Ernesto Stein is Senior Advisor in the Research 
       Department. He has also been the Regional Economic Advisor
       in the Country Department of Belize, Central America, 
       Mexico, Panama and the Dominican Republic at the IDB and a
       Growth Fellow at Harvard University's Center for 
       International Development. He has published five books and
       more than 30 articles in edited volumes and specialized 
       journals, including, the Journal of International 
       Economics, the Journal of Development Economics, Economic 
       Policy, Economics and Politics, and the American Economic 
       Review (papers and proceedings). His areas of expertise 
       include international trade and integration, foreign 
       direct investment, productive development policies, 
       institutional economics and political economy. In these 
       last two areas, he coordinated a research team that 
       produced the 2006 edition of the IDB Development in the 
       Americas report, The Politics of Policies. A native of 
       Argentina, Dr. Stein holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the 
       University of California at Berkeley. 
650  0 Emigrant remittances|zCentral America. 
650  0 Poverty|zCentral America. 
650  0 Families|xEconomic aspects|zCentral America. 
650  0 Economic development|zCentral America. 
650  0 Financial crises|zCentral America. 
655  7 International finance|zCentral America.|2bicssc 
655  7 Development economics & emerging economies|zCentral 
       America.|2bicssc 
655  7 Migration, immigration & emigration|zCentral America.
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655  7 Economics.|2ukslc 
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