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Low Costs & Optimism Lure Immigrant Entrepreneurs Back to India, China

As the immigration debate continues without much hope of resolution in the near future, high-skilled immigrant entrepreneurs from India and China are turning away from the US and heading home. Leaving the US by the tens of thousands each year, they are drawn back by better economic and professional opportunities, according to a new Kauffman Foundation study highlighted in a BusinessWeek article by researcher and author Vivek Wadhwa

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Posted by: Mark Marich
on May 03, 2011
Category:  Growth & Poverty  Global 
States Providing Funding / Incentives for Entrepreneurs
[HT to Innovation Daily]  A recent piece on Forbes.com, “States that Truly Bet on Small Business," offers a glimpse at a Spinal Tap-esque list (it goes to 11) of states that strongly promote entrepreneurship through funding programs. Which states -- and programs -- make the list? Ohio: Ohio Third... [More]
Posted by: Mark Marich
on May 05, 2010
Category:  Capitol Hill 
Has Entrepreneurship Become Cool?
Has entrepreneurship become cool?Of course we like to think so, but it's nice to see that The Economist feels the same way. About twice each month, the self proclaimed "authoritative weekly newspaper focusing on international politics and business news and opinion" publishes 'special reports' that... [More]
Posted by: Mark Marich
on March 23, 2009
Category:  Global 
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