Migratory pathways to Ireland for start-ups and innovative entrepreneurs


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This European Migration Network study examines policy and practice relating to non-EEA start-ups and innovative entrepreneurs in Ireland. The study is an in-depth examination of the Start-Up Entrepreneur Programme (STEP) by which start-up founders, innovative entrepreneurs and their families come to Ireland. The report briefly considers the Irish start-up landscape and how policy has developed in relation to the migration of non-EEA entrepreneurs, as well as planned future policy direction in this regard.

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Migratory pathways for start-ups and innovative entrepreneurs in the European Union: EMN Synthesis Report

Author(s):Frank McNamara & Emma Quinn
Publisher:Economic and Social Research Institute
Publication Date:29 Jan 2020
Reference Period:01 Jan 2014 to 31 Dec 2018
Geographic Focus:Ireland
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