This Migration and Development Brief provides updates on global trends in migration and remittances and validates the projections made in
By the Asian Development Bank and the World Bank Group This report intends to provide updates on emerging subjects on
The Migration and Remittances Factbook 2016 provides a comprehensive picture of emigration, immigration, and remittance flows for 214 countries and
This paper provides a brief overview of the postal network reform in Azerbaijan and transformation of Azerpost, Azerbaijan’s state postal
This document reviews the evidence on remittances in the context of forced displacement.
Using newly available census data, the stock of international migrants is estimated at 247 million in 2013, significantly larger than the previous estimate of 232 million, and is expected to surpass 250 million in 2015.
Officially recorded remittance flows to developing countries are expected to increase by 6.3 percent to reach $414 billion in 2013
Officially recorded remittances to developing countries are estimated at $ 401 billion in 2012, and remain a key resource flow far exceeding official development assistance as well as private debt and portfolio equity.
Officially recorded remittances to developing countries are expected to reach $406 billion in 2012, up by 6.5 % from $3
The note utilizes data from the most recent iteration of the RPW database to identify and analyse global, regional, and country-specific trends in remittance prices, and discuss the factors influencing them.