"I’m a professor at Case Western Reserve University where I teach and research entrepreneurship. Like all academics, I have several degrees and have written a bunch of scholarly articles that only academics have read (we have to get tenure, you know). But I’ve also written several popular books – the best known of which is Illusions of Entrepreneurship: The Costly Myths That Entrepreneurs, Investors, and Policy Makers Live by (Yale University Press, 2008) – and a variety of columns and blogs. One of the (few?) things these experiences have taught me is how to present and discuss data on entrepreneurship and small business. I do that in a weekly blog called 'Smart Charts.'”
First published in Forbes, various dates.
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