Lina Khan talked about the New American Foundation report on U.S. entrepreneurship, which showed that the number of new firms per 10,000… read more
Lina Khan talked about the New American Foundation report on U.S. entrepreneurship, which showed that the number of new firms per 10,000 workers has fallen since steadily since 1977. Among other topics she discussed research methods, and some of the factors behind the decline, and she responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. close
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