About the Journal
Remittances Review is an interdisciplinary and peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing high quality and policy oriented research and scholarship on Remittances and Money Transfers. Remittances Review (RR) is published twice a year in May and October since. Remittances Review publishes policy-oriented research and scholarship from Economics, Accounting, Finance, Sociology, Politics, Anthropology, Geography, and Law, and welcomes interdisciplinary contributions. International remittances are expected to top $2 billion a day before 2020, with two-thirds flowing to developing countries. Remittances reduce poverty in families that receive them, and can stimulate economic growth in migrant-sending nations. Remittances Review seeks papers with micro and macro analyses of remittance impacts as well as papers dealing with the remittance infrastructure or how individuals send small sums over national borders. The Remittances Review includes research articles, debates, conversations/interviews, book reviews, opinion and viewpoints and letters. Remittances Review is a high quality outlet for scholarly exchange and follows a strict editorial review policy with double blind reviews.
ISSN: 2059-6588 | e-ISSN: 2059-6596 | The abbreviated title: Remit. Rev.
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Most Read Articles in Remittances Review - 2020
- Sirkeci - Editorial: Remittances during the Covid-19 Pandemic
- Chaudhary - Influence of Remittances on Socio-Economic Development in Rural Nepal
- Kumar - The Impact of International Remittances on Poverty Alleviation in Bangladesh
- Ebadi et al. - The Impact of Remittances on Food Security Status in the Global South
- Kotorri et al. - Migration, Remittances, and Entrepreneurship: A Seemingly Unrelated Bivariate Probit Approach
- Naujoks - From Passport to Pennies: Theorizing the Effects of Dual Citizenship on Migrant Remittances
- Rahman et al. - Impact of International Remittances on Poverty in Bangladesh: Evidence from the Household Data
- Dağdemir et al. - The Impact of Migration on Poverty and Income Distribution in a Rural Region in Turkey
- Sumata et al. - The Congolese diaspora and the politics of remittances
- Singh - Impact of Male Out-Migration on Women Left Behind: A Study of Two Villages in Uttar Pradesh