What Do a Chemical Engineer and a Pizza Maker Have in Common?

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Governments around the world are short-circuiting some of their most promising entrepreneurs. Their mistake? Crafting policies that treat small businesses across industries like one monolithic group that’s more interested in eking out a living than creating a venture that could eventually employ hundreds or thousands. That’s the point of a paper (PDF) released today by the Kauffman Foundation.

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