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Architects of austerity : international finance and the politics of growth / / Aaron Major
Architects of austerity : international finance and the politics of growth / / Aaron Major
Autore Major Aaron
Pubbl/distr/stampa Stanford, California : , : Stanford University Press, , 2014
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (265 p.)
Disciplina 332/.042
Soggetto topico Economic policy
International finance
Economic history - 1945-
Economic development - Government policy
Government spending policy
Neoliberalism
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 0-8047-9073-6
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Front matter -- Contents -- Illustrations -- Acknowledgments -- 1. Crisis, Austerity, and the Neoliberal Turn -- 2. The Architects of Austerity -- 3. The Question of Growth in a Global Economy -- 4. Adjustment in Practice -- 5. The Erratic March of Labour -- 6. Global Finance and the U.S. Growth Agenda -- 7. Guns, Butter, and Gold -- 8. Globalization, Coercion, and the Resiliency of Austerity -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index
Record Nr. UNINA-9910463898003321
Major Aaron  
Stanford, California : , : Stanford University Press, , 2014
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Architects of austerity : international finance and the politics of growth / / Aaron Major
Architects of austerity : international finance and the politics of growth / / Aaron Major
Autore Major Aaron
Pubbl/distr/stampa Stanford, California : , : Stanford University Press, , 2014
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (265 p.)
Disciplina 332/.042
Soggetto topico Economic policy
International finance
Economic history - 1945-
Economic development - Government policy
Government spending policy
Neoliberalism
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 0-8047-9073-6
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Front matter -- Contents -- Illustrations -- Acknowledgments -- 1. Crisis, Austerity, and the Neoliberal Turn -- 2. The Architects of Austerity -- 3. The Question of Growth in a Global Economy -- 4. Adjustment in Practice -- 5. The Erratic March of Labour -- 6. Global Finance and the U.S. Growth Agenda -- 7. Guns, Butter, and Gold -- 8. Globalization, Coercion, and the Resiliency of Austerity -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index
Record Nr. UNINA-9910528802203321
Major Aaron  
Stanford, California : , : Stanford University Press, , 2014
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Articulations of Capital [[electronic resource] ] : Global Production Networks and Regional Transformations
Articulations of Capital [[electronic resource] ] : Global Production Networks and Regional Transformations
Autore Pickles John <1952->
Pubbl/distr/stampa Chicester, : Wiley, 2015
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (320 p.)
Disciplina 332/.042
Altri autori (Persone) SmithAdrian
BeggRobert
BucekMilan
RoukovaPoli
PástorRudolf
Collana RGS-IBG Book Series
Soggetto topico Economic geography - Economic aspects - Bulgaria
Globalization - Slovakia
Clothing trade
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-118-63289-3
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Post-Socialist Regional Divisions of LabourLow-Wage Production and the "Sweatshop Trope"; Struggles over Work and Working Conditions; Conclusion; Notes; Chapter 4 Managing Europe's Golden Bands: Trade Policy and the Regulation of Production Networks; Institutional and Policy Frameworks of the Golden Bands; Trade Policy in Apparel Global Production Networks; Global and Macro-Regional Trade Liberalization in Textiles and Apparel; Outward Processing Trade and the Origins and Reconfiguration of Pan-European Apparel Production
Conclusion: Understanding Diverse Trajectories of Industrial Upgrading
Record Nr. UNINA-9910134880503321
Pickles John <1952->  
Chicester, : Wiley, 2015
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Brave new world economy [[electronic resource] ] : global finance threatens our future / / Wilhelm Hankel, Robert Isaak
Brave new world economy [[electronic resource] ] : global finance threatens our future / / Wilhelm Hankel, Robert Isaak
Autore Hankel Wilhelm <1929->
Pubbl/distr/stampa Hoboken, New Jersey, : Wiley, 2011
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (290 p.)
Disciplina 330.122
332/.042
Altri autori (Persone) IsaakRobert A
Soggetto topico Global Financial Crisis, 2008-2009
Economic policy
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-283-02718-6
9786613027184
1-118-03686-7
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Brave New World Economy: Global Finance Threatens Our Future; Contents; Preface; Manifesto: Democratization of Capitalism; Rescue the Right to Work in Aging Societies; Legalize Black Market Labor; Defuse the Ticking Time Bombs of the Welfare State; Enroll 100 Percent of the Population in Pensions; Reduce State Indebtedness; Look for New Answers to Old Problems; Subsidize Start-Ups in Disadvantaged Regions; The Mandate of the Democratic, Constitutional Welfare State: Stability, Reliability, Prosperity; Chapter 1: Midas Reveals How to Create Money through Credit Fraud
Does Progress in Developing Money Equal Progress in the World Economy?The State as Accomplice or Controller of the Money Economy, or Both?; The Illusory World of Finance and the Fictional Capital of Banks; Will Yesterday's Recipes Help Us Today?; The Finance Sector Always Underestimates the Risks of Its Innovations; Four Fatal Innovations of Global Banking; Essential Reforms; Four Conclusions from the Financial Crisis; Keynes, Properly Understood; Chapter 2: The Great Bluff: The American Way out of the Crisis; A Brief Tour of How We Got Here; How American Globalization Revolutionized Finance
Wanted: An Emperor with Clothes How Goldman Sachs Milked Bubble Trouble; Origins of the Financial Crisis; The Lost Lessons of Long-Term Capital Management; The Government Intervenes; Investors Panic; Obamanomics: Exploiting Crisis, Postponing Costs; The Debt Culture versus Hoarding and Investing; Austerity versus Stimulus: The Trillion-Dollar Gap; Recasting the United States: Domestic Dynamism with Responsibility; Chapter 3: Giant with Feet of Clay: The European Union; What Services Has the EU Rendered?; The Euro: Not Dynamic but Dynamite
Is the European Union on Its Way to Becoming a Nation-State?Do EU Institutions Induce Constitutional Infidelity?; Can the Euro Survive?; The Three Unknowns of the Current Bailout of the Euro; The Next Financial Adventure: A European State Bankruptcy Law; What Comes after the Euro?; The Future of the EU: The Swiss Model; Currency ""Concubinage"": The Currency Has to Serve the Citizen, Not the Citizen the Currency; Chapter 4: The New New World: Can BRICs Save the Rich?; Mimicking Past Economic Miracles; The Rise of the BRICs; Characteristics of the New New World; Legitimacy Lost
Decoupling and Demographics One BRIC at a Time; Debt versus Investment and Savings in BRICs; The Group of 20 and Global Imbalances; The Roadmap to the New World Economy Has Changed; Chapter 5: Time for a New Bretton Woods: Crisis Prevention through Monetary Law; What Caused Bretton Woods to Fail?; ""Floating"" Exchange Rates: A Compelling End?; Living in the ""Nonsystem"" of Post-Bretton Woods; Keynes with a New Feature: Real (Not Nominal) Fixed Exchange Rates; Chapter 6: Toward a Brave New World Economy: Reducing Debt and Unemployment
The World Economy and Nation: States Are a System of Communicating Pipes
Record Nr. UNINA-9910456892103321
Hankel Wilhelm <1929->  
Hoboken, New Jersey, : Wiley, 2011
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Brave new world economy [[electronic resource] ] : global finance threatens our future / / Wilhelm Hankel, Robert Isaak
Brave new world economy [[electronic resource] ] : global finance threatens our future / / Wilhelm Hankel, Robert Isaak
Autore Hankel Wilhelm <1929->
Pubbl/distr/stampa Hoboken, New Jersey, : Wiley, 2011
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (290 p.)
Disciplina 330.122
332/.042
Altri autori (Persone) IsaakRobert A
Soggetto topico Global Financial Crisis, 2008-2009
Economic policy
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-118-03688-3
1-283-02718-6
9786613027184
1-118-03686-7
Classificazione BUS027000
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Brave New World Economy: Global Finance Threatens Our Future; Contents; Preface; Manifesto: Democratization of Capitalism; Rescue the Right to Work in Aging Societies; Legalize Black Market Labor; Defuse the Ticking Time Bombs of the Welfare State; Enroll 100 Percent of the Population in Pensions; Reduce State Indebtedness; Look for New Answers to Old Problems; Subsidize Start-Ups in Disadvantaged Regions; The Mandate of the Democratic, Constitutional Welfare State: Stability, Reliability, Prosperity; Chapter 1: Midas Reveals How to Create Money through Credit Fraud
Does Progress in Developing Money Equal Progress in the World Economy?The State as Accomplice or Controller of the Money Economy, or Both?; The Illusory World of Finance and the Fictional Capital of Banks; Will Yesterday's Recipes Help Us Today?; The Finance Sector Always Underestimates the Risks of Its Innovations; Four Fatal Innovations of Global Banking; Essential Reforms; Four Conclusions from the Financial Crisis; Keynes, Properly Understood; Chapter 2: The Great Bluff: The American Way out of the Crisis; A Brief Tour of How We Got Here; How American Globalization Revolutionized Finance
Wanted: An Emperor with Clothes How Goldman Sachs Milked Bubble Trouble; Origins of the Financial Crisis; The Lost Lessons of Long-Term Capital Management; The Government Intervenes; Investors Panic; Obamanomics: Exploiting Crisis, Postponing Costs; The Debt Culture versus Hoarding and Investing; Austerity versus Stimulus: The Trillion-Dollar Gap; Recasting the United States: Domestic Dynamism with Responsibility; Chapter 3: Giant with Feet of Clay: The European Union; What Services Has the EU Rendered?; The Euro: Not Dynamic but Dynamite
Is the European Union on Its Way to Becoming a Nation-State?Do EU Institutions Induce Constitutional Infidelity?; Can the Euro Survive?; The Three Unknowns of the Current Bailout of the Euro; The Next Financial Adventure: A European State Bankruptcy Law; What Comes after the Euro?; The Future of the EU: The Swiss Model; Currency ""Concubinage"": The Currency Has to Serve the Citizen, Not the Citizen the Currency; Chapter 4: The New New World: Can BRICs Save the Rich?; Mimicking Past Economic Miracles; The Rise of the BRICs; Characteristics of the New New World; Legitimacy Lost
Decoupling and Demographics One BRIC at a Time; Debt versus Investment and Savings in BRICs; The Group of 20 and Global Imbalances; The Roadmap to the New World Economy Has Changed; Chapter 5: Time for a New Bretton Woods: Crisis Prevention through Monetary Law; What Caused Bretton Woods to Fail?; ""Floating"" Exchange Rates: A Compelling End?; Living in the ""Nonsystem"" of Post-Bretton Woods; Keynes with a New Feature: Real (Not Nominal) Fixed Exchange Rates; Chapter 6: Toward a Brave New World Economy: Reducing Debt and Unemployment
The World Economy and Nation: States Are a System of Communicating Pipes
Record Nr. UNINA-9910541737603321
Hankel Wilhelm <1929->  
Hoboken, New Jersey, : Wiley, 2011
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Building a more resilient financial sector [[electronic resource] ] : reforms in the wake of the global crisis / / editors, Aditya Narain, İnci Ötker-Robe, and Ceyla Pazarbasioglu
Building a more resilient financial sector [[electronic resource] ] : reforms in the wake of the global crisis / / editors, Aditya Narain, İnci Ötker-Robe, and Ceyla Pazarbasioglu
Pubbl/distr/stampa Washington, D.C., : International Monetary Fund, c2012
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (610 p.)
Disciplina 332/.042
Altri autori (Persone) NarainAditya
Ötkerİnci
PazarbaşioğluCeyla
Soggetto topico International finance
Banking law
Financial institutions, International - Law and legislation
Global Financial Crisis, 2008-2009
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-4755-8969-7
1-4755-6936-X
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Cover Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Chapters; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Abbreviations; Contributors; 1 From Crisis to a New Financial Architecture: Taking Stock and Looking Forward; 2 Shaping the New Financial System; 3 Impact of Regulatory Reforms on Large and Complex Financial Institutions; 4 The Perimeter of Financial Regulation; 5 The Making of Good Supervision: Learning to Say "No"; 6 Resolution of Cross-Border Banks: A Proposed Framework for Enhanced Coordination; 7 The Too-Important-to-Fail Conundrum: Impossible to Ignore and Difficult to Resolve
8 Contingent Capital: Economic Rationale and Design Features9 Recovery and Resolution Plans (Living Wills): A Solution to the TITF Problem?; 10 Making Banks Safer: Can Volcker and Vickers Do It?; 11 Subsidiaries or Branches: Does One Size Fit All?; 12 Redesigning the Contours of the Future Financial System; Index; References; Footnotes
Record Nr. UNINA-9910462257803321
Washington, D.C., : International Monetary Fund, c2012
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Building a more resilient financial sector [[electronic resource] ] : reforms in the wake of the global crisis / / editors, Aditya Narain, İnci Ötker-Robe, and Ceyla Pazarbasioglu
Building a more resilient financial sector [[electronic resource] ] : reforms in the wake of the global crisis / / editors, Aditya Narain, İnci Ötker-Robe, and Ceyla Pazarbasioglu
Pubbl/distr/stampa Washington, D.C., : International Monetary Fund, c2012
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (610 p.)
Disciplina 332/.042
Altri autori (Persone) NarainAditya
Ötkerİnci
PazarbaşioğluCeyla
Soggetto topico International finance
Banking law
Financial institutions, International - Law and legislation
Global Financial Crisis, 2008-2009
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-4755-8969-7
1-4755-6936-X
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Cover Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Chapters; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Abbreviations; Contributors; 1 From Crisis to a New Financial Architecture: Taking Stock and Looking Forward; 2 Shaping the New Financial System; 3 Impact of Regulatory Reforms on Large and Complex Financial Institutions; 4 The Perimeter of Financial Regulation; 5 The Making of Good Supervision: Learning to Say "No"; 6 Resolution of Cross-Border Banks: A Proposed Framework for Enhanced Coordination; 7 The Too-Important-to-Fail Conundrum: Impossible to Ignore and Difficult to Resolve
8 Contingent Capital: Economic Rationale and Design Features9 Recovery and Resolution Plans (Living Wills): A Solution to the TITF Problem?; 10 Making Banks Safer: Can Volcker and Vickers Do It?; 11 Subsidiaries or Branches: Does One Size Fit All?; 12 Redesigning the Contours of the Future Financial System; Index; References; Footnotes
Record Nr. UNINA-9910543588003321
Washington, D.C., : International Monetary Fund, c2012
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Can finance save the world? : regaining power over money to serve the common good / / Bertrand Badré ; forewords by Emmanuel Macron, President of the French Republic, and Gordon Brown, Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Can finance save the world? : regaining power over money to serve the common good / / Bertrand Badré ; forewords by Emmanuel Macron, President of the French Republic, and Gordon Brown, Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Autore Badré Bertrand
Pubbl/distr/stampa Berrett-Koehler Publishers
Disciplina 332/.042
Soggetto topico International finance
Monetary policy
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Economics / Theory
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Finance
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / International / Economics
Classificazione BUS069030BUS027000BUS069020
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Altri titoli varianti Can Finance Save the World?
Record Nr. UNINA-9910587583903321
Badré Bertrand  
Berrett-Koehler Publishers
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The Canada-Caribbean remittance corridor [[electronic resource] ] : fostering formal remittances to Haiti and Jamaica through effective regulation / / Emiko Todoroki, Matteo Vaccani, Wameek Noor
The Canada-Caribbean remittance corridor [[electronic resource] ] : fostering formal remittances to Haiti and Jamaica through effective regulation / / Emiko Todoroki, Matteo Vaccani, Wameek Noor
Autore Todoroki Emiko
Pubbl/distr/stampa Washington, D.C., : World Bank, c2009
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (196 p.)
Disciplina 332/.042
Altri autori (Persone) VaccaniMatteo
NoorWameek
Collana World Bank working paper
Soggetto topico Migrant remittances - Canada
Migrant remittances - Haiti
Migrant remittances - Jamaica
Foreign workers, Haitian - Canada
Foreign workers, Jamaican - Canada
Foreign workers - Legal status, laws, etc - Canada
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-283-19650-6
9786613196507
0-8213-7923-2
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Contents; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Abbreviations and Acronyms; Description of Terms and Key Business Models; Executive Summary; Key Statistics; Introduction; Table 1. World Bank's Bilateral Remittance Corridor Analyses, 2008; 1. Migration and Remittance Patterns in the Caribbean; Figure 1. Regional Comparison: Net Migration Rate, 1970-2015; Figure 2. Caribbean: National Net Migration, 2005; Figure 3. Haiti and Jamaica: Net Migration Rate per 1000 people, 1970-2010; Figure 4. GNI Per Capita, By Region, 1980-2006 (current in international PPP)
Figure 5. Per Capita GDP Growth Rates, By Region, 1980-2006 (10yr moving average)Figure 6. Net Migration Rate and Per Capita GDP, 2000; Table 2. Percentage of Total Expatriates, Highly-skilled Aged 15+; Figure 7. Regional Comparison: Breakdown of Global Inward Remittances, 2007; Figure 8. Caribbean: Remittance inflow, 1991-2005; Figure 9. Regional Comparison: Remittances as a Percent of GDP, 1991-2006; Figure 10. Caribbean (Selected Economies): Remittance Inflows, 2006; Figure 11. Per Capita GNI and Remittances (2006)
Figure 12. Haiti and Jamaica: Official Development Assistance, FDI, and Remittances(as a percent of GDP)Figure 13. Caribbean: Official Development Aid, FDI, and Remittances, 1980-2005; Box 1. Focus: Haiti and Jamaica; 2. Canada as a Country of Remitters; Table 3. Point System Evolution, 1967-2003; Figure 14. Canada: Composition of Permanent Immigration, 1980-2006; Table 4. Canada: Immigration as Percent of Population, 1967-2006; Figure 15. Canada: Permanent Migration and GDP Growth; Figure 16. Canada: Composition of Population, 1911-2006
Figure 17. Region of Origin of Recent Immigrants to Canada, 1971-2006 Figure 18. Caribbean-born Immigrants in Canada; Box 2. Immigration to Quebec; Table 5. Top 10 Country of Origin of Recent Immigrants, 2001-06; Figure 19. Canada: Percent of Recent Immigrants Remitting; Figure 20. Percentage of Respondents who Remitted, By Selected Countries of Birth; Figure 21. Canada: Average Annual Amount Remitted by Recent Migrants; Figure 22. Average Annual Amount Sent by Respondents who Remitted,By Selected Countries of Birth; Figure 23. Canada: Breakdown of Senders, By Amount Sent Annually (percent)
Table 6. Remittances and Immigrant Categories Figure 24. Bilateral Remittance Estimates using Migrant Stocks, Host Country Incomes, and Origin Country Incomes; Box 3. Money Laundering Threat to RSPs for Funds Going to/from the Caribbean; Box 4. Regulating RSPs at the Provincial Level; Table 7. Summary of STRs Received by FINTRAC; Table 8. Canada: On-site Visits to MSBs by FINTRAC; Table 9. Summary of AML/CFT and Other Requirements for RSPs in Canada; 3. The Canada-Haiti Remittance Corridor; Figure 25. Canada: Admitted Permanent Immigrants from Haiti, 1966-2006
Table 10. Haiti: Legal Permanent Resident Flow to the United States
Record Nr. UNINA-9910454036303321
Todoroki Emiko  
Washington, D.C., : World Bank, c2009
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The Canada-Caribbean remittance corridor [[electronic resource] ] : fostering formal remittances to Haiti and Jamaica through effective regulation / / Emiko Todoroki, Matteo Vaccani, Wameek Noor
The Canada-Caribbean remittance corridor [[electronic resource] ] : fostering formal remittances to Haiti and Jamaica through effective regulation / / Emiko Todoroki, Matteo Vaccani, Wameek Noor
Autore Todoroki Emiko
Pubbl/distr/stampa Washington, D.C., : World Bank, c2009
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (196 p.)
Disciplina 332/.042
Altri autori (Persone) VaccaniMatteo
NoorWameek
Collana World Bank working paper
Soggetto topico Migrant remittances - Canada
Migrant remittances - Haiti
Migrant remittances - Jamaica
Foreign workers, Haitian - Canada
Foreign workers, Jamaican - Canada
Foreign workers - Legal status, laws, etc - Canada
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-283-19650-6
9786613196507
0-8213-7923-2
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Contents; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Abbreviations and Acronyms; Description of Terms and Key Business Models; Executive Summary; Key Statistics; Introduction; Table 1. World Bank's Bilateral Remittance Corridor Analyses, 2008; 1. Migration and Remittance Patterns in the Caribbean; Figure 1. Regional Comparison: Net Migration Rate, 1970-2015; Figure 2. Caribbean: National Net Migration, 2005; Figure 3. Haiti and Jamaica: Net Migration Rate per 1000 people, 1970-2010; Figure 4. GNI Per Capita, By Region, 1980-2006 (current in international PPP)
Figure 5. Per Capita GDP Growth Rates, By Region, 1980-2006 (10yr moving average)Figure 6. Net Migration Rate and Per Capita GDP, 2000; Table 2. Percentage of Total Expatriates, Highly-skilled Aged 15+; Figure 7. Regional Comparison: Breakdown of Global Inward Remittances, 2007; Figure 8. Caribbean: Remittance inflow, 1991-2005; Figure 9. Regional Comparison: Remittances as a Percent of GDP, 1991-2006; Figure 10. Caribbean (Selected Economies): Remittance Inflows, 2006; Figure 11. Per Capita GNI and Remittances (2006)
Figure 12. Haiti and Jamaica: Official Development Assistance, FDI, and Remittances(as a percent of GDP)Figure 13. Caribbean: Official Development Aid, FDI, and Remittances, 1980-2005; Box 1. Focus: Haiti and Jamaica; 2. Canada as a Country of Remitters; Table 3. Point System Evolution, 1967-2003; Figure 14. Canada: Composition of Permanent Immigration, 1980-2006; Table 4. Canada: Immigration as Percent of Population, 1967-2006; Figure 15. Canada: Permanent Migration and GDP Growth; Figure 16. Canada: Composition of Population, 1911-2006
Figure 17. Region of Origin of Recent Immigrants to Canada, 1971-2006 Figure 18. Caribbean-born Immigrants in Canada; Box 2. Immigration to Quebec; Table 5. Top 10 Country of Origin of Recent Immigrants, 2001-06; Figure 19. Canada: Percent of Recent Immigrants Remitting; Figure 20. Percentage of Respondents who Remitted, By Selected Countries of Birth; Figure 21. Canada: Average Annual Amount Remitted by Recent Migrants; Figure 22. Average Annual Amount Sent by Respondents who Remitted,By Selected Countries of Birth; Figure 23. Canada: Breakdown of Senders, By Amount Sent Annually (percent)
Table 6. Remittances and Immigrant Categories Figure 24. Bilateral Remittance Estimates using Migrant Stocks, Host Country Incomes, and Origin Country Incomes; Box 3. Money Laundering Threat to RSPs for Funds Going to/from the Caribbean; Box 4. Regulating RSPs at the Provincial Level; Table 7. Summary of STRs Received by FINTRAC; Table 8. Canada: On-site Visits to MSBs by FINTRAC; Table 9. Summary of AML/CFT and Other Requirements for RSPs in Canada; 3. The Canada-Haiti Remittance Corridor; Figure 25. Canada: Admitted Permanent Immigrants from Haiti, 1966-2006
Table 10. Haiti: Legal Permanent Resident Flow to the United States
Record Nr. UNINA-9910533185203321
Todoroki Emiko  
Washington, D.C., : World Bank, c2009
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