06 Mar 2015
An Economy Doing Half Its Job - Boston, MA
Professor Michael E. Porter and Professor Jan W. Rivkin discuss the findings of Harvard Business School’s 2013–14 Alumni Survey on U.S. Competitiveness. Their report, "An Economy Doing Half Its Job," focuses on a troubling divergence in the American economy: large and midsize firms have rallied strongly from the Great Recession, and highly skilled individuals are prospering, while middle- and working-class citizens are struggling, as are small businesses. Visit www.hbs.edu/competitiveness for more information on the Project and to read the full survey report.