14 October 2013

Cuba, Entrepreneurs, Startups, Regulation

Are self-employed Cubans really budding entrepreneurs? - Cuba - MiamiHerald.com: " . . . . Despite the problems faced by Cuba’s new class of small entrepreneurs, Sanguinetty views self-employment as a positive in creating civil society. “In any society there are entrepreneurs. The point is that a business entrepreneur is an entrepreneur in general — including political activities. An entrepreneur is a very dynamic person, willing to take risks.’’"

6 Ways To Save U.S. Startups And Jobs From Death By Regulation - Forbes: "With such a dense tangle at multiple levels, eliminating even dozens of the worst regulations, while a positive step, would seem alone unlikely to reverse declining US entrepreneurship.  Rather, we need a sustained, bipartisan attack to elevate awareness, repeal or allow thousands of regulations to expire, and adopt new mindsets of extreme forbearance in enacting new regulations.  None of this will be easy."

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