Policy experts note a disturbing trend in the US economy: a reduction in the vibrancy and vitality of the commercial community, evidenced by lower levels of new business formation and entrepreneurial energy. Today, fewer companies are opening their doors than ever before. The Economic Innovation Group – a think tank started by some notable high-tech titans – offers a robust commentary on the causes of reduced US economic dynamism and some prescriptions for altering the trajectory. getAbstract recommends this compelling, timely report to business leaders and state officials.
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The Economic Innovation Group is a think tank advocating for entrepreneurialism.