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Economists befuddled by the economy's twists and turns often fail to tap into data on the most optimist group – young people. Their hopeful 'animal spirits' may be the force for a full recovery.
To become an economic powerhouse, India needs to educate as many as 100 million young people over the next 10 years – something never done before.
Our immigration system needs reform, but this solution simply adds one more layer of complexity on a broken system.
As prosperity becomes the global norm, expect a sea change in social values. 'Survival' values are waning and 'self-expression' values are gaining.
New business starts hit a 14-year high in 2009. But succeeding is a challenge.
The Kauffman Foundation surveyed 200 economics bloggers about the status of the economy and the recovery. Here's what they said.
The jump in "self-employed" workers in 2009 correlates with mass lay-offs. But is it right to call this new class of workers entrepreneurs?