Capital mobilization business

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  • Standard economic theory argues that international private capital flows will make a major contribution to development to the extent that they will flow from capital-abundant industrialized countries to capital-scarce developing countries, and help to smooth spending throughout the business cycle in capital-recipient countries. In recent years, reality has contradicted both aspects of this standard theory. For the last seven years, developing countries have transferred large amount of resources to developed countries.

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  • The role of the state is changing from an omnipresent, omniscient, all-powerful, and all-doing entity that tries to do everything for everyone. The state is trying to be more selective, become more of a facilitator, often an organizer, often a mobilizer and a helper. The state does what it can do effectively and leaves other parts of the civil society, including the private sector, the community or- ganizations, the individuals, and the firms, to do what they can do best.

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  • Financial flows from migrants and their descendants are at the heart of the relationship between migration and development. Policy attention has focused on the largest and most visible of these flows migrants’ remittances and, to a lesser but growing extent, the direct investments that diaspora entrepreneurs make in businesses in their countries of origin. The third major category of private financial resources that originate from diasporas, capital market investments, are much less understood and examined.

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