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Cambridge Business Magazine: Refugee camp entrepreneurs


A research paper from Cambridge Judge Business School calls for governments and policy makers to institute policies designed to foster entrepreneurship in refugee camps. Although such camps aim to provide temporary accommodation for refugees, many people spend 20 or more years there, so adopting entrepreneurship initiatives could help fill an “institutional void.” The paper is co-authored by PhD candidate Marlen de la Chaux and Helen Haugh, senior lecturer in Community Enterprise at Cambridge Judge.

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