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The study of self-employment has been an intriguing factor in many developing countries. However, not many empirical studies analyze self-employment on a household level. This research focuses on Mexico in 2002 and 2005 and investigates the determinants of self-employment, transitions between self-employment and the labor market, and these transitions across asset levels all from the household perspective. The results show that high school education, asset level, previous self- employmentdoi:10.1184/r1/12824525 fatcat:jxj7iarnbff7phosybc3t25m64