Remittances, consumption and investment in Ghana

Feb 01, 2008 | R.H. Adams Jr, A. Cuecuecha, J. Page | The World Bank
This paper uses nationally-representative household survey from Ghana to analyze, within a rigorous econometric framework, how the receipt of internal and international remittances affects households’ marginal spending behaviour on a broad range of consumption and investment goods, including food, education and housing.
Theme: Remittances, Financial Inclusion | Country: Ghana | Pages: 50