By Michael Judith - - Monday, September 28, 2015
Originally published on the Washington Times
Since the end of the Great Recession, most policy makers have focused on boosting jobs and job opportunities. Yet just as important, if not more so, has been the deterioration in the entrepreneurial spirit and mindset. Last year, the Brookings Institute, Gallup and the Kauffman Foundation warned in separate reports about the decline of American company formation. While American startups tend to create domestic jobs, established companies tend to add them overseas. Therefore, as the rate in which entrepreneurs are building businesses at home declines, so does the number of job opportunities. Read More.