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Dillon Alleyne was a visiting fellow at CGD from September 2007 to September 2008. At CGD he carried out research on remittance flows and the Caribbean diaspora. Alleyne received his doctorate from the University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica. He left CGD to lecture on Econometrics and Public Finance at the University of the West Indies.
"Short-Run Macroeconomic Determinants of Remittance Flows to Jamaica: A Time Varying Parameter Approach" (with G. McLeod, C. Kirton, and M. Figueroa). Applied Economics Letters(forthcoming).
"Balance of Payments Constrained Growth in Developing Countries: A Theoretical Perspective" (with A. Francis). Metroeconomica 59(2): 189–202.
"Macroeconomic Determinants of Migrant Remittances to Caribbean Countries. Panel Unit Roots and Cointegration" (with C. Kirton and M. Figueroa). Journal of Developing Areas 41(2)[Spring 2008]: 137–153.
"A Theory of Motivations to Remit in the Caribbean with the Possibility of Return Migration" (with I. Solan). Global Development Studies 4(3-4)[2006-2007]:79–90.
"The Impact of Remittances on Poverty and Inequality in Jamaica." Global Development Studies 4(3-4)[2006-2007]:188–216.