Remittances and economic growth: empirical evidence from bangladesh india and sri lanka



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Source: World Bank, World Development Indicators (2007)


ECONOMICS DISCUSSION PAPERS

2009

DP NUMBER

AUTHORS

TITLE

09.01

Le, A.T.

ENTRY INTO UNIVERSITY: ARE THE CHILDREN OF IMMIGRANTS DISADVANTAGED?

09.02

Wu, Y.

CHINA’S CAPITAL STOCK SERIES BY REGION AND SECTOR

09.03

Chen, M.H.

UNDERSTANDING WORLD COMMODITY PRICES RETURNS, VOLATILITY AND DIVERSIFACATION

09.04

Velagic, R.

UWA DISCUSSION PAPERS IN ECONOMICS: THE FIRST 650

09.05

McLure, M.

ROYALTIES FOR REGIONS: ACCOUNTABILITY AND SUSTAINABILITY

09.06

Chen, A. and Groenewold, N.

REDUCING REGIONAL DISPARITIES IN CHINA: AN EVALUATION OF ALTERNATIVE POLICIES

09.07

Groenewold, N. and Hagger, A.

THE REGIONAL ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF IMMIGRATION: SIMULATION RESULTS FROM A SMALL CGE MODEL.

09.08

Clements, K. and Chen, D.

AFFLUENCE AND FOOD: SIMPLE WAY TO INFER INCOMES

09.09

Clements, K. and Maesepp, M.

A SELF-REFLECTIVE INVERSE DEMAND SYSTEM

09.10

Jones, C.

MEASURING WESTERN AUSTRALIAN HOUSE PRICES: METHODS AND IMPLICATIONS

09.11

Siddique, M.A.B.

WESTERN AUSTRALIA-JAPAN MINING CO-OPERATION: AN HISTORICAL OVERVIEW

09.12

Weber, E.J.

PRE-INDUSTRIAL BIMETALLISM: THE INDEX COIN HYPTHESIS

09.13

McLure, M.

PARETO AND PIGOU ON OPHELIMITY, UTILITY AND WELFARE: IMPLICATIONS FOR PUBLIC FINANCE

09.14

Weber, E.J.

WILFRED EDWARD GRAHAM SALTER: THE MERITS OF A CLASSICAL ECONOMIC EDUCATION

09.15

Tyers, R. and Huang, L.

COMBATING CHINA’S EXPORT CONTRACTION: FISCAL EXPANSION OR ACCELERATED INDUSTRIAL REFORM

09.16

Zweifel, P., Plaff, D. and

Kühn, J.


IS REGULATING THE SOLVENCY OF BANKS COUNTER-PRODUCTIVE?

09.17

Clements, K.

THE PHD CONFERENCE REACHES ADULTHOOD

09.18

McLure, M.

THIRTY YEARS OF ECONOMICS: UWA AND THE WA BRANCH OF THE ECONOMIC SOCIETY FROM 1963 TO 1992

09.19

Harris, R.G. and Robertson, P.

TRADE, WAGES AND SKILL ACCUMULATION IN THE EMERGING GIANTS

09.20

Peng, J., Cui, J., Qin, F. and

Groenewold, N.



STOCK PRICES AND THE MACRO ECONOMY IN CHINA

09.21

Chen, A. and Groenewold, N.

REGIONAL EQUALITY AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN CHINA: IS THERE A TRADE-OFF?


ECONOMICS DISCUSSION PAPERS

2010

DP NUMBER

AUTHORS

TITLE

10.01

Hendry, D.F.

RESEARCH AND THE ACADEMIC: A TALE OF TWO CULTURES

10.02

McLure, M., Turkington, D. and Weber, E.J.

A CONVERSATION WITH ARNOLD ZELLNER

10.03

Butler, D.J., Burbank, V.K. and

Chisholm, J.S.



THE FRAMES BEHIND THE GAMES: PLAYER’S PERCEPTIONS OF PRISONER’S DILEMMA, CHICKEN, DICTATOR, AND ULTIMATUM GAMES

10.04

Harris, R.G., Robertson, P.E. and Xu, J.Y.

THE INTERNATIONAL EFFECTS OF CHINA’S GROWTH, TRADE AND EDUCATION BOOMS

10.05

Clements, K.W., Mongey, S. and Si, J.

THE DYNAMICS OF NEW RESOURCE PROJECTS A PROGRESS REPORT

10.06

Costello, G., Fraser, P., Groenewold, N.

HOUSE PRICES, NON-FUNDAMENTAL COMPONENTS AND INTERSTATE SPILLOVERS: THE AUSTRALIAN EXPERIENCE

10.07

Clements, K.

REPORT OF THE 2009 PHD CONFERENCE IN ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS

10.08

Robertson, P.E.

INVESTMENT LED GROWTH IN INDIA: HINDU FACT OR MYTHOLOGY?

10.09

Fu, D., Wu, Y., Tang, Y.

THE EFFECTS OF OWNERSHIP STRUCTURE AND INDUSTRY CHARACTERISTICS ON EXPORT PERFORMANCE

10.10

Wu, Y.

INNOVATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN CHINA

10.11

Stephens, B.J.

THE DETERMINANTS OF LABOUR FORCE STATUS AMONG INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIANS

10.12

Davies, M.

FINANCING THE BURRA BURRA MINES, SOUTH AUSTRALIA: LIQUIDITY PROBLEMS AND RESOLUTIONS

10.13

Tyers, R., Zhang, Y.

APPRECIATING THE RENMINBI

10.14

Clements, K.W., Lan, Y., Seah, S.P.

THE BIG MAC INDEX TWO DECADES ON AN EVALUATION OF BURGERNOMICS

10.15

Robertson, P.E., Xu, J.Y.

IN CHINA’S WAKE: HAS ASIA GAINED FROM CHINA’S GROWTH?

10.16

Clements, K.W., Izan, H.Y.

THE PAY PARITY MATRIX: A TOOL FOR

ANALYSING THE STRUCTURE OF PAY



10.17

Gao, G.

WORLD FOOD DEMAND

10.18

Wu, Y.

INDIGENOUS INNOVATION IN CHINA:

IMPLICATIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE GROWTH



10.19

Robertson, P.E.

DECIPHERING THE HINDU GROWTH EPIC

10.20

Stevens, G.

RESERVE BANK OF AUSTRALIA-THE ROLE OF FINANCE

10.21

Widmer, P.K., Zweifel, P., Farsi, M.

ACCOUNTING FOR HETEROGENEITY IN THE MEASUREMENT OF HOSPITAL PERFORMANCE

10.22

McLure, M.

ASSESSMENTS OF A. C. PIGOU’S FELLOWSHIP THESES

10.23

Poon, A.R.

THE ECONOMICS OF NONLINEAR PRICING: EVIDENCE FROM AIRFARES AND GROCERY PRICES

10.24

Halperin, D.

FORECASTING METALS RETURNS: A BAYESIAN DECISION THEORETIC APPROACH

10.25

Clements, K.W., Si. J.

THE INVESTMENT PROJECT PIPELINE: COST ESCALATION, LEAD-TIME, SUCCESS, FAILURE AND SPEED

10.26

Chen, A., Groenewold, N., Hagger, A.J.

THE REGIONAL ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF A REDUCTION IN CARBON EMISSIONS

10.27

Siddique, A., Selvanathan, E.A.,

Selvanathan, S.



REMITTANCES AND ECONOMIC GROWTH: EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROM BANGLADESH, INDIA AND SRI LANKA




1 Initially, we intended to also include Pakistan in our study. However, due to lack of reliability of data on relevant variables considered in this study, Pakistan was eventually dropped from our analysis.
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