Editorial: Introducing Remittances Review

Authors

  • Ibrahim Sirkeci Regent's University London, Regent's Centre for Transnational Studies & Faculty of Business and Management

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33182/rr.v1i1.439

Keywords:

Remittances, social remittances, money transfers, development, movers, mobility, non-movers

Abstract

Remittances Review is a new journal that offers a quality outlet for exchanges between academics, researchers, and policy makers. There are more journals dealing with migration than ever before, and most have similar mandates to publish research for researchers. There has been a proliferation of journals in migration studies in the last five to ten years. However, most have grown with similar mandates that replicate breadth and interests. Remittances Review is the first international academic peer reviewed journal dedicated to money transfers, migrant remittances and the challenges and issues related to these flows across borders. Remittances Review invites contributions that include new data, rigorous research, and thoughtful analysis. We expect quality contributions that advance theory and methods as well as drawing implications for policy and practice. Readers will benefit from cutting edge research conceptual innovations, and reviews and reports.

Author Biography

Ibrahim Sirkeci, Regent's University London, Regent's Centre for Transnational Studies & Faculty of Business and Management

Professor Ibrahim Sirkeci is Chair in Transnational Studies and Marketing at Regent's University London. He has extensively published on migration, ethnic minorities and remittances. He is the editor of Migration Letters journal (www.migrationletters.com). His most recent book is titled Little Turkey in Great Britain (www.tplondon.com/books).

Published

2016-10-31

How to Cite

Sirkeci, I. (2016). Editorial: Introducing Remittances Review. Remittances Review, 1(1), 1-4. https://doi.org/10.33182/rr.v1i1.439

Issue

Section

Editorial