Job Creation, Business Growth and State Policy: Glimpses of the Third Wave

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Paper seeks to analyze the role of entrepreneurship as a means of combining resources and adding value to institutions in order to improve public policy.

Author provides a brief chronology of “waves” of modern economic development between 1936 and now. Calls for a new understanding of dynamics and policy initiatives to spur jobs and business growth.

Aspen Institute Community Strategies Group