Can Washington Power Up American Inventiveness?: A Special Report on Entrepreneurship

Washington Monthly, May/June 2009

16 Pages Posted: 1 Jul 2009

Date Written: June 30, 2009

Abstract

This 24-page special report of the Washington Monthly looks at how government can help entrepreneurs drive the next stage of U.S. economic growth.

CONTENTS

Introduction: The Next Frontier - The future of America's economy is riding on its entrepreneurs. The future of its entrepreneurs is riding on government. By Paul Kedrosky

The Need for Speed - Why is the United States still waiting for the future to download? By Nicholas Thompson

Green Cards for Grads - The U.S. educates brilliant students from around the world, then sends them home to work for our competitors. By T.A. Frank

Grid Unlocked - A smart, digital electric power system could bring vast energy-efficiency gains and a new wave of entrepreneurship--if Washington gets the regulations right. By Mariah Blake

A Shot in the Arm - How today's health care reform can create tomorrow's entrepreneurs By Jonathan Gruber

Keywords: Washington Monthly, entrepreneurship, health care, energy, internet

Suggested Citation

Kedrosky, Paul, Can Washington Power Up American Inventiveness?: A Special Report on Entrepreneurship (June 30, 2009). Washington Monthly, May/June 2009. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1427992

Paul Kedrosky (Contact Author)

SK Ventures ( email )

San Francisco, CA
United States

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