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The following study, by Catalina
Amuedo-Dorantes and Susan Pozo, San Diego State University and Western Michigan
University, focuses on the role that remittances play in sustaining household
business, to recipient nations, particularly the Dominican Republic. Download File
The following, composed by Jorge Duany, from
the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, at the University of Puerto Rico,
offers an assessment on the increasing importance of remittances to the
economies of Latin American and Caribbean countries. Special focus is placed on
Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and Mexico. Download File
The following paper by Ayal Kimhi, from the
Department of Agricultural Economics and Management, The Hebrew University of
Jerusalem, offers a detailed study and assessment of remittances to the
Dominican Republic, and their impact on social factors, such as inequality and
education. Download File
The below document is a working paper,
presented to the IMF, offering recommendations on how the country can attain
employment growth, in an effort to boost economic growth. Download File
The following is a working paper, presented to
the IMF, highlighting the possibilities for and benefits of trade integration
and economic performance in Central America, Panama and the Dominica Republic.
The following is a brief of the Inter-American
Commission on Human Rights (hereinafter the “Commission” or the “Inter-American
Commission”) of May 30, 2000, and its Annexes, whereby it submitted to the
Inter-American Court of Human Rights (hereinafter the “Court” or the
“Inter-American Court”), pursuant to Articles 63(2) of the American Convention
on Human Rights. Download File
A 122 mile-long border separates the Dominican
Republic and Haiti on the Caribbean island of Hispaniola. Of the two countries,
Haiti’s human rights abuses are much more somber than the emerging developments
of the Dominican Republic. Download File