Can the government make businesses more innovative?

05/12/2010 | Knowledge.Insead.edu

To spur innovation, government policymakers simply need to clear a space where entrepreneurs can get on with doing what they do best, writes Sami Mahroum. "Success stories ... come from places where success and failure rub shoulders," Mahroum notes. Governments can't dictate success or failure, he adds, but they can get out of the way and let business leaders make their own mistakes.

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