Entrepreneurship of the Left-Behind

@inproceedings{Giulietti2013EntrepreneurshipOT,
  title={Entrepreneurship of the Left-Behind},
  author={Corrado Giulietti and Jackline Wahba and Klaus F. Zimmermann},
  year={2013}
}
Entrepreneurship of the Left-Behind While there is evidence that return migration promotes entrepreneurship and selfemployment of those who migrated, previous studies have not focused on whether migration provides the same benefits to individuals who did not migrate. Using a unique dataset that provides information on both current and return migrants in rural China (RUMiC), we investigate the impact of migration on entrepreneurship among individuals with no migration experience. We explore the… CONTINUE READING

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