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Robert Strom: Academia's Emerging Role In Entrepreneurship Policymaking

While the mounting interest in entrepreneurship in the government and at our universities is encouraging, it is hardly enough to create the kind of broad understanding and policy support that we need to foster new business creation in a meaningful way.
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