TITLE

Chapter 5: Impact of Remittances on the Indonesian Economy

AUTHOR(S)
Satriawan, Elan; Haris, Abdul
PUB. DATE
January 2004
SOURCE
International Migration in Southeast Asia;2004, p137
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Chapter 5 of the book "International Migration in Southeast Asia" is presented. It explores the implications of remittances on the Indonesian economy. It discusses the significant role of remittances as an international resource flow. It highlights the trends and patterns of the labor emigration, as well as the main destinations. It also explains its impact on household economy.
ACCESSION #
28691685

 

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