Too little U.S. innovation?

Has the U.S. economy suffered in recent years from a disappointing level of successful innovation?

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BusinessWeek chief economist Michael Mandel makes a case in the current issue of BusinessWeek that the U.S. economy has experienced an “innovation shortfall” in the last decade — with successful commercialization of technological innovations slower to materialize than expected. The result, he suggests is an American economy that was weaker than it appeared.

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