At a recent event with the National Chamber Foundation, several AEI scholars joined with academics, policy makers, and leaders in the business community to discuss the challenges to job creation in the current economic environment. Economist Bret Swanson was there and he made a terrific observation (at 1:17:10) about Israel’s entrepreneurial culture and the creation of new jobs by launching entirely new industries and firms. For those interested in Israel’s entrepreneurial success, take a look at Dan Senor and Saul Singer’s new book, Start-Up Nation.
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Schulz: Immigration reform and the US labor market
Schulz: The new gridlock
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Complaining about the cable company is a hearty American pastime: the reliability of its service, the channels it has on offer, the inability of its repairmen to show up on time.