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The Developmental Effectiveness of Remittances: Case Study on Huedin Town, Romania

@inproceedings{Pop2006TheDE,
  title={The Developmental Effectiveness of Remittances: Case Study on Huedin Town, Romania},
  author={Daniel Pop},
  year={2006}
}
Relying on survey data from Huedin, a town in Romania, we seek to provide an empirical evidence for the hypothesis according to which remittances could have either a positive or negative developmental impact at community level. For this, we inquire about the perceptions of migratory processes with focus on the possible effects of remittances in the local economy. Our first finding is that residents share a common view on the reasons of migration, namely that it has been triggered by the large… Expand
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