Determinants of Emigrant Deposits in Cape Verde
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KeywordsLabor mobility; Cape Verde; Migration; Foreign exchange; Foreign exchange reserves; Remittances; Workers remittances; emigrant deposits; altruism; exchange rate; exchange rate peg; Household Behavior: General; International Factor Movements And International Business;
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