Destaque Bibliográfico: Migrações e Remessas Familiares

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Destaque Bibliográfico: Migrações e Remessas Familiares

A bibliografia que se segue, sem pretensão de exaustividade, ilustra bem como o tema das migrações e remessas tem sido analisado em Portugal e internacionalmente. Se conhecer outras referências relevantes, por favor não deixe de partilhá-las connosco através do email om@acm.gov.pt.

 

Artigos e capítulos de livros

 

ADAMS, R. H. (1989), “Worker remittances and inequality in rural Egypt”, Economic Development and Cultural Change, 38(1), pp. 45-71.

ADAMS, R. H. (1998), “Remittances, investment, and rural asset accumulation in Pakistan”, Economic Development and Cultural Change, 47(1), pp. 155-173.

ADAMS, R. H., e PAGE, J. (2003), “International migration, remittances, and poverty in developing countries”, World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 3179.

ADAMS, R. H. (2004), “Remittances and poverty in Guatemala”, World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 3418.

ADAMS, R., LOPEZ-FELDMAN, A., MORA, J., TAYLOR, J. E., DEWIND, J., e HOLDAWAY, J. (2008), “Remittances, inequality and poverty: Evidence from rural Mexico”, in DEWIND, J., e HOLDAWAY, J. (eds.) Migration and Development within and Across Borders: Research and Policy Perspectives on Internal and International Migration. Genebra e Nova Iorque: OIM e SSRC.

AMBLER, K., AYCINENA, D., e YANG, D. (2015), “Channeling remittances to education: a field experiment among migrants from El Salvador”, American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 7(2), 207-32.

AMUEDO-DORANTES, C., e POZO, S. (2006), “Migration, remittances, and male and female employment patterns”, American Economic Review, 96(2), pp. 222-226.

ARCANGELIS, G., JOXHE, M., MCKENZIE, D., TIONGSON, E., e YANG, D. (2015), “Directing remittances to education with soft and hard commitments: evidence from a lab-in-the-field experiment and new product take-up among Filipino migrants in Rome”, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 111, pp. 197-208.

AZAM, J. P., e GUBERT, F. (2006), “Migrants' remittances and the household in Africa: a review of evidence”, Journal of African Economies, 15(suppl_2), pp. 426-462.

AZAM, M., HASEEB, M., e SAMSUDIN, S. (2016), “The impact of foreign remittances on poverty alleviation: Global evidence”, Economics & Sociology, 9(1), pp. 264-281.

BAKKER, M. (2015), “Discursive representations and policy mobility: how migrant remittances became a ‘development tool’”, Global Networks, 15(1), pp. 21-42.

BETTIN, G., PRESBITERO, A. F., e SPATAFORA, N. L. (2015), “Remittances and vulnerability in developing countries”, The World Bank Economic Review, 31(1), pp. 1-23.

CASTAÑEDA, E., e BUCK, L. (2011), “Remittances, transnational parenting, and the children left behind: Economic and psychological implications”, The Latin Americanist, 55(4), pp. 85-110.

CATRINESCU, N., LEON-LEDESMA, M., PIRACHA, M., e QUILLIN, B. (2009), “Remittances, institutions, and economic growth”, World Development, 37(1), pp. 81-92.

CHNAINA, K., e MAKHLOUF, F. (2015), “Impact des transferts de fonds sur le taux de change réel effectif en Tunisie”, African Development Review, 27(2), pp. 145-160.

CLEMENS, M. A., e MCKENZIE, D. (2018), “Why don't remittances appear to affect growth?”, The Economic Journal, 128(612), F179-F209.

COHEN, J. H. (2005), “Remittance outcomes and migration: Theoretical contests, real opportunities”, Studies in Comparative International Development, 40(1), pp. 88-112.

COHEN, J. H. (2011), “Migration, remittances, and household strategies”, Annual Review of Anthropology, 40, pp. 103-114.

DÉMURGER, S., e WANG, X. (2016), “Remittances and expenditure patterns of the left behinds in rural China”, China Economic Review, 37, pp. 177-190.

DOYLE, D. (2015), “Remittances and social spending”, American Political Science Review, 109(4), pp. 785-802.

EDWARDS, A. C., e URETA, M. (2003), “International migration, remittances, and schooling: evidence from El Salvador”, Journal of Development Economics, 72(2), pp. 429-461.

ESCRIBÀ‐FOLCH, A., MESEGUER, C., e WRIGHT, J. (2018), “Remittances and protest in dictatorships”, American Journal of Political Science, 62(4), pp. 889-904.

GIULIANO, P., RUIZ-ARRANZ, M. (2006), “Remittances, financial development, and growth”, IZA Discussion Papers, No. 2160.

DE HAAN, A. (2002), “Migration and livelihoods in historical perspective: A case study of Bihar, India”, Journal of Development Studies, 38(5), pp. 115-142.

HAAS, H. D. (2005), “International migration, remittances and development: myths and facts”, Third World Quarterly, 26(8), pp. 1269-1284.

HAAS, H. D. (2007), “Remittances, Migration and social development. A Conceptual Review of the Literature”, Social Policy and Development Programme Paper, (34), United Nations Research Institute for Social Development.

LACHAUD, J. P. (1999), “Envois de fonds, inégalité et pauvreté au Burkina Faso”, Revue Tiers Monde, 40(160), pp. 793-827.

LEÓN-LEDESMA, M., e PIRACHA, M. (2004), “International migration and the role of remittances in Eastern Europe”, International Migration, pp. 42(4), pp. 65-83.

LIANOS, T. P. (1997), “Factors determining migrant remittances: The case of Greece”, International Migration Review, 31(1), pp. 72-87.

LIM, S., e SIMMONS, W. O. (2015), “Do remittances promote economic growth in the Caribbean Community and Common Market?”, Journal of Economics and Business, 77, pp. 42-59.

MALHEIROS, J. M., e ESTEVES, A. (2013),”Remessas financeiras dos imigrantes”, Diagnóstico da População Imigrante em Portugal: Desafios e potencialidades, Coleção Portugal Imigrante do Observatório da Imigração, Lisboa: ACIDI, pp. 240-246.

MARKOVA, E., e REILLY, B. (2015), “Bulgarian migrant remittances and legal status: Some micro-level evidence from Madrid”, South-Eastern Europe Journal of Economics, 5(1), pp. 55-69.

MARTES, A. C. B., e WEBER, S. (2006), “Remessas de recursos dos imigrantes”, Estudos Avançados, 20(57), pp. 41-54.

MATOS, J. C. (2006), “Significado Estatístico das Remessas de Emigrantes e de Imigrantes em Portugal”, Lisboa, Departamento de Estatísticas do Banco de Portugal

MCKENZIE, S., e MENJÍVAR, C. (2011), “The meanings of migration, remittances and gifts: views of Honduran women who stay”, Global Networks, 11(1), pp. 63-81.

MEYER, D., e SHERA, A. (2017), “The impact of remittances on economic growth: An econometric model”, EconomiA, 18(2), pp. 147-155.

MUNYEGERA, G. K., e MATSUMOTO, T. (2016), “Mobile money, remittances, and household welfare: panel evidence from rural Uganda”, World Development, 79, pp. 127-137.

OLIVEIRA, C. R. (coord.) e GOMES, N. (2014), “Remessas”, in Monitorizar a integração de Imigrantes em Portugal. Relatório Estatístico Decenal, Coleção Imigração em Números do Observatório das Migrações, Lisboa: ACM, pp. 209-212.

OLIVEIRA, C. R. (coord.) e GOMES, N. (2016), “Migrações e Remessas”, Indicadores de Integração de Imigrantes. Relatório Estatístico Anual 2016, Coleção Imigração em Números do Observatório das Migrações, Lisboa: ACM, pp. 175-178.

OLIVEIRA, C. R. (coord.) e GOMES, N. (2017), “Migrações e Remessas”, Indicadores de Integração de Imigrantes. Relatório Estatístico Anual 2017, Coleção Imigração em Números do Observatório das Migrações, Lisboa: ACM, pp. 257-262.

OLIVEIRA, C. R. (coord.) e GOMES, N. (2018), “Migrações e Remessas”, Indicadores de Integração de Imigrantes. Relatório Estatístico Anual 2018, Coleção Imigração em Números do Observatório das Migrações, Lisboa: ACM, pp. 295-302.

PIRACHA, M., e SARAOGI, A. (2017), “Remittances and migration intentions of the left-behind”, Migration and Development, 6(1), pp. 102-122.

RAPOPORT, H., e DOCQUIER, F. (2005), “The Economics of Migrants? Remittances”, IZA Discussion paper series, No. 1531.

RATHA, D. (2003), “Workers’ remittances: an important and stable source of external development finance”, in WORLD BANK Global Development Finance 2003, pp. 157-175.

RAZA, S. A. (2015), “Foreign direct investment, workers’ remittances and private saving in Pakistan: an ARDL bound testing approach”, Journal of Business Economics and Management, 16(6), pp. 1216-1234.

ROSSI, P. L. (2004), “Remessas de imigrantes brasileiros em Portugal: Inquérito por amostragem a imigrantes brasileiros em Lisboa, Porto e Setúbal”, Socius Working Papers n.º 10/2004.

ROSSI, P. (2007), “Remessas de imigrantes: estudo de caso de brasileiros em Portugal”, in MALHEIROS, J. M. (org.), Imigração Brasileira em Portugal, Coleção Comunidades, Observatório da Imigração, Lisboa: ACIDI, pp. 135-153.

SANA, M., e MASSEY, D. S. (2005), “Household composition, family migration, and community context: Migrant remittances in four countries”, Social Science Quarterly, 86(2), pp. 509-528.

SOFRANKO, A. J., e IDRIS, K. (1999), “Use of Overseas Migrants' Remittances to the Extended Family for Business Investment: A Research Note”, Rural Sociology, 64(3), pp. 464-481.

STARK, O., e LUCAS, R. E. (1988), “Migration, remittances, and the family”, Economic Development and Cultural Change, 36(3), pp. 465-481.

STRAUBHAAR, T. (1986), “The Determinants of Workers’ Remittances: The Case of Turkey”, World Economic Archive , 122(4), pp. 728-740.

RAHMAN, M. M., e FEE, L. K. (2012), “Towards a sociology of migrant remittances in Asia: Conceptual and methodological challenges”, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies38(4), pp. 689-706.

ROSÁRIO, E., e SANTOS, T. (2008), “Transferências Internacionais/Remessas”, in Quanto Custa Ser Imigrante?, Volume 26 da Coleção de Estudos do Observatório das Migrações, Lisboa: ACIDI, IP, pp. 67-74.

SIMON, G. (1984), “Les transferts de revenus des travailleurs maghrébins vers leur pays d'origine: essai d'évaluation”, Etudes Méditerranéennes, (6), 11-34.

TAYLOR, J. E., e WYATT, T. J. (1996), “The shadow value of migrant remittances, income and inequality in a household-farm economy”, The Journal of Development Studies, 32(6), pp. 899-912.

TOLENTINO, N. C. (2009), “Migrações, remessas e desenvolvimento: o caso africano”, Socius Working Paper 9/2009.

ZARATE, G. A. (2002), The Hidden Benefits of Remittances to Mexico. draft, State University of New York at Cortland, February. Working Paper, (21), 1985-1990.

 

Livros e teses

 

ADAMS, R. H. (1991), The Effects of International Remittances on Poverty, Inequality, and Development in Rural Egypt” (International Food Policy Research Institute Research Report 86). Washington: IFPRI.

CASTLES, S., DE HAAS, H., e MILLER, M. J. (2014), The Age of Migration: International Population Movements in the Modern World. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

CRUZ, Z. M. (2013), Remessas dos Emigrantes e os Desafios para o Desenvolvimento Local: Caso de Estudo: Santo Antão, Cabo Verde. Lisboa: ISCTE (tese de doutoramento).

GARSON, J. P., TAPINOS, G. P., e BENNABOU, M. (1981), L'Argent des Immigrés: Revenus, Épargne et Transferts de Huit Nationalités Immigrées en France (Les Cahiers de l'INED, n.° 94). Paris: Presses Universitaires de France-PUF.

PINHO, T. J. D. (2014), Efeitos Diretos e Indiretos das Remessas de Emigrantes no Crescimento Económico: Um Estudo de Painel Aplicado à Economia Mundial. Coimbra: FEUC (dissertação de mestrado).

SILVA, N. J. H. B. (2014), A Doença Holandesa na Economia Portuguesa: o Papel das Remessas dos Emigrantes e do Investimento Direto Estrangeiro. Coimbra: FEUC. (dissertação de mestrado)

SOUSA, M. R. (2018), Impacto das Remessas de Emigrantes nos Países de Origem – O Caso Português. Porto: FLUP (dissertação de mestrado).

TOLENTINO, C., ROCHA, C., e TOLENTINO, N. (2008), Os Impactos das Remessas dos Imigrantes em Portugal 15 no Desenvolvimento de Cabo Verde. Volume 27 da Coleção de Estudos do Observatório das Migrações, Lisboa: ACIDI.

 

Relatórios internacionais

 

MANSOOR, A., e QUILLIN, B. (2006), Migration and remittances: Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. The World Bank.

PEIXOTO, J., e MARQUES, A. V. (2006), Análise do mercado de remessas: Portugal/Brasil. Banco Interamericano de Desenvolvimento.

RATHA, D., DE, S., PLAZA, S., SCHUETTLER, K., SHAW, W., WYSS, H., e YI, S. (2016a), Migration and Development Brief April 2016: Migration and Remittances-Recent Developments and Outlook (Vol. 26). Washington: World Bank Publications.

RATHA, D., EIGEN-ZUCCHI, C., e PLAZA, S. (2016b), Migration and Remittances Factbook 2016. Washington: World Bank Publications.

TINAJERO, S. P. A. (2010), Angola: A study of the impact of remittances from Portugal and South Africa. Genebra: Organização Internacional para as Migrações.