Remittances Review is an interdisciplinary and peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing high quality and policy oriented research and scholarship on Remittances and Money Transfers. Remittances Review (RR) is published twice a year.
Remittances Review publishes policy-oriented research and scholarship from Economics, Accounting, Finance, Sociology, Politics, Anthropology, Geography, and Law, and welcomes interdisciplinary contributions. International remittances are expected to top $2 billion a day before 2020, with two-thirds flowing to developing countries. Remittances reduce poverty in families that receive them, and can stimulate economic growth in migrant-sending nations. Remittances Review seeks papers with micro and macro analyses of remittance impacts as well as papers dealing with the remittance infrastructure or how individuals send small sums over national borders. The Remittances Review includes research articles, debates, conversations/interviews, book reviews, opinion and viewpoints and letters. Remittances Review is a high quality outlet for scholarly exchange and follows a strict editorial review policy with double blind reviews.
The Remittances Review is a high quality outlet for scholarly exchange and follows a strict editorial review policy with double blind reviews.
Remittances Review follows a strict editorial review policy with double blind reviewing and adhering to ethical publishing principles to ensure the Journal is included in indexes such as SSCI, SCOPUS, EBSCO and others without delay.
Remittances Review is already listed/indexed in:
- JUFO – Publication Forum (Finland) Journal search
- Norwegian Register for Scientific Journals, Series and Publishers
- American Sociological Association’s Publication Options Journal Directory
Remittances Review offers an accessible venue for sound scholarship and research as well as reviews and debates, providing a forum for serious discussion and exchange among the researchers in the field and reaching out to a broader audience of students, professionals, and policy makers. Remittances Review maintains a fair balance between theoretical analyses, empirical studies and policy reviews. Critical and novel approaches and methods are particularly welcome.
Remittances Review is founded by a group of academics led by Ibrahim Sirkeci, Philip L. Martin, Jeffrey H. Cohen in 2015.
The abbreviated title of Remittances Review journal is: Remit. Rev