National-level policymaking in Europe has slowed, stalled, or failed when it comes to critical actions for spurring economic growth. In Creating Economic Growth: Lessons for Europe, Marco Magnani argues that local leaders, would-be leaders and citizen movers and shakers have an opportunity to rise to the occasion to implement a low-cost set of actions to spur growth. The author challenges feelings of economic malaise that taint the next generation's dreams of prosperity. Instead he advocates the need for people to leverage traditional strengths and commit themselves to making a difference. He provides examples of newfound vitality in locales around Europe and examines in detail his native Italy for policy weaknesses and champions of renewal. Magnani proposes a six-point comeback strategy for citizen catalysts, business leaders, organizers, and elected officials in cities, towns and provinces: build human and civic capital; unleash entrepreneurial creativity; spur new innovation; stimulate cultural creativity; leverage cultural diversity; and champion social mobility. This study provides a roadmap to a new dynamism and offers the theoretical and empirical evidence to prove it.... on www.kauffman.org Presentation by Mary Meeker and Liang Wu of Kleiner Perkins Caufield aamp; Byers, 29 May 2013. It is worth noticing that almost 60 percent of total foreign entrepreneurs are from four countries: Morocco, Romania, China, and ... and supported by nearly 43, 000 volunteers. http://www.intercultura.it http:// www.studiare-in-italia.it/pdf/CRUI off inglese.pdf ... The exam comprises three parts: first, a written portion, common to all students in all schools across the country;anbsp;...
|Title||:||Creating Economic Growth|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2014-10-24|