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Business Matters Magazine: Cambridge Judge Business School calls for refugee-camp entrepreneurship


At a time of global focus on refugee issues due to the war in Syria and other displacement, new research from Cambridge Judge calls for policymakers to foster entrepreneurship at such camps to help fill an “institutional void” that leads to despair, boredom and crime. “Refugee camp entrepreneurs reduce aid dependency and in so doing help to give life meaning for, and confer dignity on, the entrepreneurs,” says the paper authored by Cambridge Judge PhD candidate Marlen de la Chaux and Helen Haugh, Senior Lecturer in Community Enterprise at Cambridge Judge.

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