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The Role of Entrepreneurs in Facilitating Remittances in Cuba

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In times of crises—whether economic or political, natural or man-made—individuals seek to help those in need.  Such aid may be given directly to family and friends or through charities and government-led intiatives, and may be targeted to those in need in one's own community, in their current or home country, or across the globe.  The characteristics and consequences of the crisis, and the individual needs of those impacted by crisis, is context-specific and plauged with uncertainty.  Read more of this work in Lessons on Foreign Aid and Economic Development.

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In times of crises—whether economic or political, natural or man-made—individuals seek to help those in need.  Such aid may be given directly to family and friends or through charities and government-led intiatives, and may be targeted to those in need in one's own community, in their current or home country, or across the globe.  The characteristics and consequences of the crisis, and the individual needs of those impacted by crisis, is context-specific and plauged with uncertainty.  Read more of this work in Lessons on Foreign Aid and Economic Development.

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