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Comments: Though the study included both exchange rate and number of overseas jobs for Bangladeshi workers as explanatory variables, but it didn't find these variables significant in explaining remittance inflows into Bangladesh. But inflation variable was highly significant; even its t-ratio is higher than that of all other variables including GDP of 6 host countries. What do exactly these mean? What do policymakers get from this exercise of Bangladesh Bank, except wait-and-see for the increase in income in host countries and rise in domestic inflation? Anti-economics?