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Article

The Creativity Agenda


By Rob Atkinson and Stephen Ezell
May 22, 2009

In an article for McKinsey & Company’s book “What Matters: Ten questions that will shape our future” Rob Atkinson and Stephen Ezell examine where the world’s innovation hot spots will be found in the future. They write that the most innovative countries will be those that embrace a model of “innovation economics” that places technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship at the center of economic policy making, explaining how countries need both competitive market and policy environments to support innovation.

Read the full text of the chapter here