Innovation

The world is turning its back on the inventor. This is what needs to change

Economic growth is driven by growth in productivity, which is driven by the creation of new technologies.

Edmund S. Phelps

Director, The Center on Capitalism and Society, Columbia University

Eskil Ullberg

Adjunct Professor of Economics, George Mason University

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