Open for business

  title={Open for business},
  author={Rajiv Grover},
  journal={Scientific Data},
  • R. Grover
  • Published 2017
  • Medicine
  • Scientific Data
Migrants contribute to the economic growth of their host countries in many ways, bringing new skills and competencies with them and helping to reduce labour shortages. An aspect that has received only limited attention up to now is migrants’ contribution to entrepreneurial activity and employment creation in their host countries. In OECD countries, entrepreneurship is slightly higher among immigrants than natives and the total number of persons employed in migrant businesses is substantial… Expand
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