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You Are Not the Weather Don’t most people notice the weather?   Read More
Currency innovations like bitcoin could render bank deregulation moot A few years before the Great Recession, I was an advisor to the Federal Reserve Bank. Read More
Maybe we should build a wall to keep our talented people in A recent headline in the Financial Times read, “Vancouver seizes chance to lure Silicon Valley tech talent.” The mayor of Vancouver confirms that inquiries from U.S. Read More
Employment for all Americans is ideal. Protectionist trade policies are not the way to do it. You may have missed it, but last summer Walmart got into some hot water with the Federal Trade Commission for its”Made in the U.S.A.” campaign. Read More
When it comes to health care reform, innovation will matter more than politics With all the talk of reforming health care, what if we are missing the bigger picture? Read More
Americans now see the truth as relative. What comes next? Thirty years ago, University of Chicago Professor Allan Bloom published The Closing of the American Mind. Read More
Some games are over after one win or loss. Democracy is not that kind of game. It’s said necessity is indeed the mother of invention. Read More
What’s coming next in 2017? Hint: it’s not autonomous vehicles Can we stop with all the hype about self-driving cars? Read More
Making Innovation Happen in the Most Challenging Situations Innovation is about making our world better and new. Read More
It’s the Talent, Stupid Six presidential campaigns later, I’ve still got Bill Clinton’s iconic 1992 slogan running through my head: It’s the economy, stupid. Read More
How Breakthrough Ideas Become Mainstream Breakthrough innovation typically starts at the edges of the bell curve in the challenge of a crisis or the prospect of an outstanding opportunity. Read More
The Question Is The Answer An innovation answer is a seductive illusion. Read More