Immigrant entrepreneurship: entrepreneurial activity and labor market opportunities for latin american women in Canada

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Vanessa Ramírez Calderón



This paper aims at making a description of the entrepreneurial activity led by Latin American women in Canada. Thus, statistical compilations of different countries in Latin America and Canada are also depicted as factual evidence. Additionally, female motivation factors to create new business or become entrepreneurs, will be analyzed for the case of few countries in Latin America and Canada with the purpose of having a global understanding of the reasons that make migration a way to develop entrepreneurial activity. Likewise, relevant studies of women’s role in the modern labor era and its implication on migration are presented.


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