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2012 Are remittances a substitute for credit? Carrying the financial burden of health shocks in national and transnational householdsAmbrosius, Christian
2012 Are remittances a "catalyst" for financial access? Evidence from Mexican household dataAmbrosius, Christian
2008 Brain drain, remittances, and fertilityMarchiori, Luca / Pieretti, Patrice / Zou, Benteng
2013 Long-term benefits from temporary migration: Does the gender of the migrant matter?DeSilva, Sanjaya
2014 Do remittances increase borrowing?Ambrosius, Christian / Cuecuecha, Alfredo
2008 Gender, migration, remittances: evidence from GermanyHolst, Elke / Schäfer, Andrea / Schrooten, Mechthild
2014 Should I Stay or Should I Go? Romanian Migrants during Transition and EnlargementsAndrén, Daniela / Roman, Monica
2013 Migration, location and provision of support to old-age parents: The case of RomaniaZimmer, Zachary / Rada, Codrina / Stoica, Catalin Augustin
2009 The responsiveness of remittances to the oil price: the case of the GCCNaufal, George S. / Termos, Ali
2008 The limits to dollarization in Ecuador: Lessons from ArgentinaBradbury, Mathew / Vernengo, Matías

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