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Can America Compete?
Re: Mihir Desai, Rosabeth Kanter, David Moss, Michael Porter, Jan Rivkin & Willy Shih
Does the United States face insoluble economic challenges? In the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis and subsequent recession, growth has been sluggish—with unemployment devastating far too many Americans. Yet the real problem, obscured by this acute, cyclical downturn, may be a long-term erosion of competitiveness in a more challenging global economic era.