One Dollar, One Bank Account: Remittance and Bank Breadth in Nigeria
This study examined remittance and bank breadth in Nigeria, using data from the 2011 World Bank Households Survey for the African migration project in Nigeria. The results-based on logistic regression technique reveal - that remittance has an inverse relationship with bank breadth. The reason put forward is that recipients prefer to hold foreign exchange from remittance and they do not increase...
Published at Journal of International Migration and Integration
Published in 2014
Efobi, U. R, Osabouhien, E.S. & Oluwatobi, S.
Osabuohien Evans » Dr. Evans Osabuohien is presently the Head his Department (Economics & Development Studies, Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria).He started lecturing and researching in 2004. He was a research fellow at German Development Institute, Bonn with fellowship from Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (October 2013 –December 2014).He held same fellowship at German Institute for Global and Area Studies... view full profile
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