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Jun 17, 2020
By not addressing inclusivity, we are losing entire generations of new minds.
John Van Reenen
MIT Economist John Van Reenan describes this in his research as the “lost Einstein” effect, and argues that to get innovation back on track we need to do a better job supporting women, low-income children, and minorities.