The Insightful Leader Live: How to Make Innovation Work in the 21st Century
Featured Kellogg Faculty Speaker: Benjamin Jones is the Gordon and Llura Gund Family Professor of Entrepreneurship and a professor of strategy. An economist by training, Professor Jones studies the sources of economic growth in advanced economies, with an emphasis on innovation, entrepreneurship, and scientific progress. He also studies global economic development, including the roles of education, climate, and national leadership in explaining the wealth and poverty of nations.
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- Sure, Industry Outsiders Can Bring Fresh Ideas. But Are They Better Entrepreneurs?
- How Old Are Successful Tech Entrepreneurs?
- What Happens to Innovation When the Financial Incentives Change?
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