Behavior of Remittance Inflows and its Determinants in Bangladesh
AbstractThe paper examines the determinants of remittance inflow by applying ordinary least square method (OLS). The model include the weighted average GDP of the six (Saudi Arabia (KSA), United Arab Emirates (UAE), Malaysia, Kuwait, USA and UK) remittance sending host countries which contributed more than 83 percent of remittance inflow in Bangladesh. The annual data has been used for the period 1980-2011. All data are measured in million USD at current market price. [BB WP1202]. URL:[http://www.bangladesh-bank.org/openpdf.php]
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Bangladesh; remittances; inflows; developing countries; saving; investment; and consumption; balance of payments; IMF; creditors; economic growth; household; FDI;
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