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The Value of Government Risk Taking

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While many in the private sector consider themselves “wealth creators,” governments have come to believe that their economic role is more passive. But this is short-sighted; when mission-driven public-sector actors collaborate to tackle problems, they co-create new markets that affect both the rate of growth and its direction.

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