Tag Archives: entrepreneurs

Russia Goes Steampunk

In the shadow of a Russian military plant, two artists ply their trade.

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Uganda’s Technology Boom

Business incubators in Uganda are helping young technology entrepreneurs pursue their dreams.

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Photo Essay: Havana’s Favorite Mechanic

A Cuban mechanic makes the most of the meager supplies Havana has to offer.

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The Uber of Athens

In 2011, Nikos Drandakis launched an app connecting people and taxis in Athens.

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Build For the Future (Part II)

Ten steps Western economies must take.

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When the Talent Leaves

What’s stopping the most talented workers from taking the elevator out of the building and hopping a plane to San Jose?

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The Globalist Debate: The Dangerous Appeal of China’s Green Mercantilism

Is China’s purported innovation in green technology real — or is it largely a scaling up of current inferior technologies?

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How the Government Built Silicon Valley

Why is government support a necessary ingredient to building a vibrant system of innovation?

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Aspen: A Midsummer Night’s Dream?

Why did all the brainpower assembled at Aspen have no solutions to the United States' biggest problems?

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Will China Eat Our Technological Lunch?

How does China need to change its educational institutions and patent policies to help foster innovation?

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