Outlines the issues involved in estimating how many highly successful, fast-growing new firms with average revenues rising to $1 billion need to be started each year to lift the economy-wide growth rate by 1 percentage point.
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Title: Inventive Billion Dollar Firms: A Faster Way to Grow
Publication date 2010-12-06
Publication Year 2010
Robert E. Litan
Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
North America / United States
, successful companies
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