describes how and why the World Council of Credit Union's (WOCCU) member credit unions in Central America began offering remittances in the 1990s. It analyses their current and potential impact on the market
at both the originating and distributing side and draws lessons from its experience.
The financialization of remittances and the individualization of development: A new power geometry of global development
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Beyond control? The mechanics and dynamics of ?informal? remittances between Europe and Africa
PIEKE, FRANK N.
VAN HEAR, NICHOLAS
Global Networks, Vol. 7 (2007), Iss. 3 P.348https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1471-0374.2007.00173.x [Citations: 21]
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