Remittance Flows under Asymmetric Information: A Contracting Approach
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Casero, Paloma; Ivins, Ingrid; Seshan, Ganesh (World Bank, 2006)Djibouti recent windfall in military-related revenues and new investments in the port may have a limited impact in the rest of the economy in the absence of policy reforms. Increased poverty and unemployment is the legacy ...
Casero, Paloma; Seshan, Ganesh (World Bank, 2006)Limited fiscal space limits Djibouti's ability to meet the Millennium Development Goals and improve the living conditions of its population. Djibouti's fiscal structure is unique in that almost 70 percent of government ...
Casero, Paloma; Seshan, Ganesh (World Bank, 2006)Do public sector workers earn a wage premium in Djibouti and are the returns to education different across the sectors? The authors estimate private and public sector wage earnings using 1996 household survey data, while ...