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Innovators should be encouraged earlier. Much earlier, says a new report

New research suggests that policymakers should be working to encourage innovation from a much younger age. Image: REUTERS/Michaela Rehle

Nick Bunker
Policy Analyst, Washington Center for Equitable Growth
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