Willingness and Innovation to Return Home and Start Businesses

Qiaoyan LIN


The new generation of migrant workers is an important force in the current rural development, so how to strengthen the willingness of the new generation of migrant workers to return home, how to achieve the growth of entrepreneurial aspirations of migrant workers returning home, and how to expand entrepreneurship in multiple fields is a practical problem that needs to be solved urgently. It is a long-term issue to analyze the willingness of migrant workers to return home and start businesses on the basis of full understanding of the new generation of migrant workers, which is also a common concern of all sectors of society.


The new generation of migrant workers; Willingness to return home and start businesses; Innovation mechanism

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/12925


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