Considers the slowdown in jobs created by new businesses - the most critical source of job creation - from before the recession; potential contributing factors, including industrial dynamics and structural changes; and long-term effects.
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Title: Starting Smaller; Staying Smaller: America's Slow Leak in Job Creation
Publication date 2011-07-09
Publication Year 2011
Robert E. Litan
, E. J. Reedy
Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
North America / United States
, new businesses
, birth cohorts
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