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An Ailing Economy


By CNBC, Sep 15, 2016 

hree faculty of Harvard Business School’s U.S. Competitiveness Project released a report today that cites political dysfunction as the greatest barrier to strengthening the nation’s competitiveness. The report, which contains five years of in-depth analysis on competitiveness and surveys of global business leaders and the public, lays out concrete steps that could be taken by the business community and government at all levels to improve the prospects of American workers and companies.

“Now, more than any time in recent history, the U.S. needs a national economic strategy involving action by business, state and local governments, and the federal government,” said Michael E. Porter, Harvard Business School (HBS) professor and co-chair of the project. “To make the U.S. more competitive, it is imperative that we have a fact-based national discussion about our economy and future prosperity. Unfortunately, the rhetoric this election year has added to the almost complete disconnect between the national discourse and the reality of what is causing our problems and what to do about them. This must change.”


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