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This paper aims to investigate the importance of the financial, human
and social capital of returned migrants on the entrepreneurship decision
of these returnees. For this end we use data from a survey applied to
returned migrants living in urban and rural municipalities of the State
of Mexico, which were analyzed using descriptive statistics and estimating
a regression regression model. The results show that the main
determinant of the entrepreneurship of these returnees is the investment
in the construction of houses. Another important determinant is the
gender of these returnees.
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