The author would like to thank Simon Feeny, Andrew Leigh, Ashton Da Silva, Tim Fry, Lisa Farrell, George Tawadros, Julia Farrell, and participants in the RMIT Economics seminar series for their valuable comments on earlier drafts. This paper also benefited from the useful comments of I-Ling Shen, Peter Petri, Peter Drysdale, Hugh Patrick, Nobuaki Yamashita, Shiro Armstrong, and other participants at the PAFTAD 33 Conference, Taipei, Taiwan October 5–8, 2009. The usual caveat applies.
REMITTANCES AND AGGREGATE LABOR SUPPLY: EVIDENCE FROM SIXTY-SIX DEVELOPING NATIONS
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POSSO, A. (2012), REMITTANCES AND AGGREGATE LABOR SUPPLY: EVIDENCE FROM SIXTY-SIX DEVELOPING NATIONS. The Developing Economies, 50: 25–39. doi: 10.1111/j.1746-1049.2011.00153.x
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