Participating in The Economist’s online debate on innovation

Posted by whsaito

  1. “I am increasingly convinced that it is more advantageous to build a climate like Japan’s that provides widespread support for sustained, incremental innovation and allows for “outlier” individuals and businesses to make disruptive bets every once in a while.”

    Actually, that sounds more like the West than Japan. America does a lot a innovation, although its leaders have to do a better job at helping sustain the industries that do these innovations. But that’s not the same as saying the country doesn’t innovate — that’s far from the truth. It has the whole invention thing down pat, though.


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