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New Sources of Development Finance$

A. B. Atkinson

Print publication date: 2004

Print ISBN-13: 9780199278558

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2005

DOI: 10.1093/0199278555.001.0001

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(p.xiii) List of Tables

(p.xiii) List of Tables

Source:
New Sources of Development Finance
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Oxford University Press

  1. 4.1 Global foreign exchange market turnover 73

  2. 4.2 Reported foreign exchange market turnover by counterparty 74

  3. 4.3 Currency distribution of reported foreign exchange market turnover 76

  4. 4.4 Reported foreign exchange market turnover 77

  5. 4.5 Geographical distribution of reported foreign exchange market 78

  6. 4.6 Foreign exchange trading, world trade and global official reserves 79

  7. 4.7 CTT revenue estimate applied to 2001 foreign exchange trade volumes 84

  8. 5.1 Worldwide non-gold reserves, 1970–2000 94

  9. 7.1 Examples of UK charities 136

  10. 8.1 World lottery sales by region, 1996–2001 157

  11. 8.2 Regions with online gambling 163

  12. 9.1 Remittances received by region, 1980–2002 179

  13. 9.2 Remittances received by country groups, 1995–2001 180

  14. 9.3 Remittances received by developing countries, 1996–2002 181

  15. 9.4 Resource flows to developing countries, 1991–2002 182

  16. 9.5 Sources of remittances: countries and transfer agents 192

  17. 9.6 Average costs of sending money to selected non-Latin American countries 193

  18. 9.7 Charges by type of operators for sending a remittance of US$200 to selected countries 193

  19. 9.8 Average charges for sending a remittance of US$200 from the United States to Latin America 194

  20. 9.9 Cost of remittances from the United States to the Andean Countries 194

  21. 12.1 New sources of development funding: summary of conclusions 240