Economic activity comes from more than businesses

When our political leaders talk about economic development, I often think they have a case of “marketing myopia.” That term was coined in 1960 by Theodore Levitt in what is now considered a classic essay in the Harvard Business Review. Levitt studied why some industries failed and concluded that executives too often misunderstood what business…

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