Posts Tagged ‘Dynamism’

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How America’s corporate giants are hurting the economy

/   John Kehoe, Australian Financial Review

“The entrepreneurial and restless energy that once defined the United States seems to be evaporating as the economy grows more static, top heavy and concentrated,” says a report by the Economic Innovation Group. … By: John Kehoe, Australian Financial Review Read the full article here.

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A. Scott Anderson: An ingenious way to bolster investment in at-risk communities

/   A. Scott Anderson, Deseret News

This disturbing trend is revealed in a new report, “Dynamism in Retreat,” by the Economic Innovation Group in Washington, D.C. It describes the scarcity of startup companies in the United States, particularly in 80 percent of the metro areas that were hardest hit by the Great Recession. … By: A. Scott Anderson, Deseret News Read…

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Colorado’s unemployment drop came despite weaker than expected hiring, confounding economists

/   Aldo Svaldi, The Denver Post

A robust labor market and an inflow of newcomers are providing Colorado with one of the most dynamic economies in the country, according to the Economic Innovation Group’s Index of State Dynamism. … By: Aldo Svaldi, The Denver Post Read the full article here.

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San Francisco Fed: Workforce development may help boost business formation

/   Jonathan Dworin, SSTi

In the Economic Innovation Group’s Index of State Dynamism, top performing states like Nevada, Utah, Florida, Colorado, and Texas all have fast growing populations. In these states, because the rate of business formation and availability of labor is seemingly higher, the dual-effect of more customers and more potential entrepreneurs could be playing a role. ……

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High-tech, low growth

/   Brett Evans, Inside Story

New research from the Economic Innovation Group, Dynamism in Retreat, reveals a worrying trend — in the US, at least. “For the first time, the United States experienced a collapse in new business creation so severe that companies were dying faster than they were being born,” the report says. “The rate of new business has…

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