Growth in the Foreign-Born Workforce and Employment of the Native Born

Rapid increases in the foreign-born population at the state level are not associated with negative effects on the employment of native-born workers, according to astudy by the Pew Hispanic Center that examined data from both the boom years of the 1990s and the period of recession and gradual recovery after 2000.


Understanding the remittance economy in Haiti

Migration is one characteristic feature that has shaped Haiti's history and its people.

Study on improving the efficiency of workers’ remittances

This document is the first detailed analysis of financial flows from Mediterranean migrants in Europe, an overlooked subject that has not yet been fully measured.

Migrants’ Remittances and Development: Myths, Rhetoric and Realities

In 2003, gross flows to developing countries amounted to US$ 142 billion, compared to US$ 18.4 billion in 1980.

International Financial Flows and Worker Remittances – Best Practices

The document addresses the effects and opportunities that remittances and other migrant-based relationships have and provide in developing countries.

Workers’ Remittance Flows in Southeast Asia

This report examines remittance fund flow from a regional perspective to understand its trends, as well as to identify policies that can leverage remittance.

International Migration, Remittances and the Brain Drain

International migration, the movement of people across international boundaries, has enormous economic, social, and cultural implications in both origin and destination countries.

Money Laundering & Terrorist Financing Typologies 2004-2005

Since its beginning, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has undertaken the study of the methods and trends associated with money laundering – or “typologies” - as a key component of its work. From the start the objective of this work has been not only to share information among law enforcement and other practitioners.

Remittances: International Payments by Migrants

As one of the most important destinations of world immigration, the United States has emerged as the single largest source of reported remittances—payments sent by immigrant workers to their home countries.