Reverse Migration and skill development of women entrepreneurs
This paper poses and answer a number of critical questions about the relationship between migration and entrepreneurship in the process of economic development, in doing so, we show that the standard policy response to migrants and migrant entrepreneurs are often based on an inadequate understanding of migrant entrepreneurs. the questions we pose are the following.
- Are immigrants really more entrepreneurial than natives?
- Are migrant remittances likely to fund entrepreneurship in their home countries?
- Are return migrants more likely to be entrepreneurial than non-migrants?