If Legislation Is Really Innovation, Then Congress Has To Resdesign Its Innovation ProcessBy
If my years in grad school at the University of Michigan in political science and anthropology taught me anything, it was that the passage of legislation is a collaborative social process, much like the process of innovation. New bills can be innovative “products” that have huge socio-economic impacts on people’s lives. Even the rituals of the legislative process have their parallels in the rituals of the innovative process.
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