October 7, 2014 In his new book, Zero to One, the entrepreneur and investor Peter Thiel talks about the importance of new companies to economic and social progress. Such progress depends on more people starting companies; more people looking for a better way to do things. Unfortunately, the latest data on this score are not encouraging. The Census Bureau’s Business Dynamics Statistics only go through 2012, which frustrates any real-time comparisons, but they offer a look at what has traditionally been the most dynamic part of the economy: new businesses and the jobs they. Read more... http://www.kauffman.org/blogs/policy-dialogue/2014/october/you-cant-scale-what-you-dont-start
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