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Political Economics: is Innovation Waning in the US? We don't need to spend taxpayer dollars to fix it. It's that government policy is handcuffing America's entrepreneurial spirit.

Posted on: 07-Apr-2009

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It’s become popular to decry the decline of innovation in the United States. Some Venture Capitals inputs blame the lack of investment in basic research... Basic research died in companies because it often goes nowhere and few companies that invest in it reap the rewards... It’s also interesting how the many that observe the problem on a decline of innovation seem symptoms of the problems, not root causes. It isn't “short sighted incremental innovation,” foreign students leaving, or a loss of...

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