Harvard Universal Press
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"Seldom do we see such clearly articulated and forcefully substantiated arguments. Nothhaft's insight, passion, intelligence and practicality is to be admired. It's one of the most compelling and vital things I've read in quite a while . . .? - American Express Open Forum
?a clear-eyed, sober and well researched assessment of how we can bring innovation back into the economy, begin creating jobs and restore the middle class in this country.? - 800CEOREAD
The innovation engine that powered the U.S. economy to unmatched prosperity since World War II is failing threatening the way we work and live. America has lost its leadership position in critical new technology sectors like biotech, alternative energy, next-generation LED illumination, and advanced materials. Real per capita income is down. Job growth is stalled. And small business, the key driver of economic growth in the US, is faltering.
How can America revitalize its entrepreneurial leadership? In Great Again, serial entrepreneur Hank Nothhaft takes us inside the heart of the communities most responsible for innovation and shows how a few practical reforms can get America's economy moving again. This book is an irresistible call to action for:
Removing regulatory shackles from start-ups
Fixing the patent office to incentivize innovation
Creating smarter government support of basic science and research
Offering meaningful incentives to rebuild our manufacturing sector
Easing immigration rules to turn America's brain drain into a brain gain
Filled with evocative stories and telling examples, Great Again presents an action plan that entrepreneurs and policymakers can rally behind."
About The Author
Henry R. Nothhaft is a highly respected technology entrepreneur and a frequent speaker before business, investor, and policy audiences. He is chairman and CEO of Tessera, a technology miniaturization firm, and has been profiled widely in the major business media.
David Kline is a journalist and author who has covered some of the world's most dramatic business stories and authored several books on innovation issues.