American entrepreneurship could go the same way as the American factory, according to Case Foundation leader Steve Case.
In a recent Washington Post article, Case outlines what policy makers need to do to ensure that American entrepreneurship does not experience a mass migration to foreign markets, as happened to American manufacturing. Case suggests immigration reform, improved access to capital and a stream-lined public offering process as possible solutions.
Case, co-founder of America Online, serves on President Obama's council on Jobs and Competitiveness and heads the public-private Startup America Partnership.
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What are your thoughts? Are we in danger of outsourcing American ingenuity?