Facts and Myths in the Globalization Debate

November 23, 2009 By Vivek Wadhwa

An important analysis of open innovation in the early years. Based upon data collected by the Pratt School of Engineering at Duke University, the pre-recession appetite for open innovation is supported by heavy data and charts. The visiting scholar’s report unveils the myths of globalization and the hard facts that support the practice. Most important is the material stating that the US is far behind in educating its science and engineering graduates. The reality is the corporations are going where the talent is and not in the US.


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