International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijbss

Investment in Small Business among International Migrants in the Estado Deméxico
Renato Salas Alfaro, Patricia Román Reyes

This work analyzes the productive inversions of the international remittances, the constraints that the migrants face. A non-random sample of migrants that invested remittances in business is taken in the Estadode México. The results show various types of investments, in which have influence, the family, the migratory experiences, the previous experience in business, the knowledge they brought to the return. All of them want to find an income source and not migrate again, but is noted that only who have sustainable income business, are who can build better livelihoods, while owning an unstable business causes instability in the livelihood, as well as intentions to return to abroad, Duel features are also observed, and other traits.

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