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Causes and consequences of the downturn in financial remittances to Turkey: A descriptive approach

In: Turkey, migration and the EU

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  • Bettin, Giulia
  • Paçacı Elitok, Seçil
  • Straubhaar, Thomas

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  • Paçacı Elitok, Seçil & Straubhaar, Thomas (ed.), 2012. "Turkey, migration and the EU: Potentials, challenges and opportunities," Edition HWWI, Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWI), Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWI), volume 5, number 5.
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