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Business Weekly: Cambridge wants refugee camps to be hotbeds for entrepreneurs


Refugee camps could be transformed into hotbeds of entrepreneurship according to new research from Cambridge University’s Judge Business School. An enlightened strategy could pump seed funding into camps and create jobs by encouraging business enterprise, Cambridge Judge argues.

Dr Helen Haugh and Marlen de la Chaux of Cambridge Judge Business School presented their study “Entrepreneurship and Innovation: How Institutional Voids Shape Economic Opportunities in Refugee Camps” at the 75th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in Vancouver.

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