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New articles on entrepreneurial cultures and ecosystems

To absolve my guilt about not blogging more, I’ll simply say that it’s been a very busy year. The results of that busy year are now coming to fruition with two of my new articles on entrepreneurial cultures and ecosystems coming out in the past few weeks. First, I just published an article in the […]

Wither Waterloo?

Research in Motion is not a healthy company. It makes a product no one particularly wants for a price no one particularly wants to pay. The reason for the company’s decline will no doubt be chronicled in a thousand MBA case studies, but I imagine at the end of the day it will simply be […]

Angels in the back field

I love it when newspapers provide great examples of economic geography. In just the past few weeks, I’ve seen a cornocopia of great articles that really exemplify why economic geography is so amazing. We have Adam Davidson’s Making it in America cover story in the Atlantic (which I’m currently forcing 200 students to read and […]