Effects of Remittance Behavior on the Lives of Recent Immigrants to Canada from the Philippines: A Population-Based Longitudinal Study View Full Text


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2014-03

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Shahin Shooshtari, Carol D. H. Harvey, Evelyn Ferguson, Tuula Heinonen, Syeed Khan

ABSTRACT

Remittances, money sent by immigrants to family members in their countries of origin, were studied. Research goals were to (1) describe remittance behavior over time and (2) understand effects of sending remittances on the lives of remitters living in Canada. Data were obtained from three waves of the Longitudinal Survey of Immigrants to Canada (2000–2004) for a national sample of Canadian Filipino immigrants. Multivariate regression analyses were used to assess the effects of remittances on health, housing and living conditions of the study population. Results showed that over time respondents’ own health was not affected by remitting. In contrast housing and living conditions were affected: Remitters were less likely to own their homes and more likely to rent than non-remitters when the effects of age, sex, family income and immigration class were controlled. The researchers make suggestions for practice and future research dealing with housing and living conditions of recent immigrants to Canada. More... »

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95-105

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  • 2009-06. An Exploratory Study of Financial Remittances Among Non-Resident Indians in the United States in JOURNAL OF FAMILY AND ECONOMIC ISSUES
  • 2008. Housing in ENCYCLOPEDIA OF PUBLIC HEALTH
  • 2007-06. Credit Card Practices of Vietnamese and Laotian Newcomers to Canada: A 10-year Longitudinal Perspective in JOURNAL OF FAMILY AND ECONOMIC ISSUES
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