Remittances, or the money sent by migrants to their home countries, have always played a crucial role in the economies of Latin America and the Caribbean. That became particularly clear during the COVID-19 pandemic, with much of the region’s economies on life support in mid- to late 2020. Against this backdrop, remittances acted as an automatic stabilizer, supporting local … [Read more...] about Digital Finance and Pandemic Remittances
After completing her MS in International and Development Economics at the University of San Francisco, Diana joined the Research Fellowship program at the IDB's Research Department. During this time, Diana specialized in the effects of public policies and financial inclusion for immigrants in Latin America. She will soon start the Economics program at Claremont Graduate University.