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Realizing the Development Potential of Diasporas

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In this book, international experts including academics, policymakers, private sector practitioners, and representatives of diaspora communities further our understanding of how the growing population of expatriates from the developing world can be effectively leveraged to promote development in their homelands. The contributors cover issues relating to diaspora diversity and its impact on development, the potential of expatriates to further entrepreneurship and business development in their homelands, the effectiveness of remittances in furthering inclusive development, and policies to better engage diasporas as drivers of development. Their analyses are supported by examples and case studies focusing on the experiences of specific diaspora networks, home country institutions promoting diaspora engagement, migrant entrepreneurs, and financial institutions facilitating remittances.

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Why is diaspora potential so elusive? Towards a new generation of initiatives to leverage countries’ talent abroad

“All happy families resemble one another; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way” – the famous beginning of Leo Tolstoy’s novel Anna Karenina contrasts the diversity and heterogeneity of failures yet highlights basic similarities among human success stories.

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