Migrant remittances play an increasingly central role in post-conflict reconstruction and national [...]development to population displacement; the livelihoods of those left behind vitally depend on remittance transfers. Private remittances are of central importance for restoring stability and enhancing human security in post-conflict countries. Yet the dynamics of conflict-induced remittance flows and the possibilities of leveraging remittances for post-conflict development have been very sparsely researched to date.
With speaker Dr. Atiur Rahman, Governor of the Bangladesh Bank
Hosted by Center for Finance, Law & Policy
October 10, 2013