Some of the country's most widely read economic bloggers share their insights in a newly released video produced by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation. The video takes a behind-the-scenes look at economic bloggers offering the experts' perspectives on the business of blogging, tracing the steps that lead to the economic meltdown, and giving their views on the role innovation and entrepreneurship will play to lift the global economy out of recession.
Hosted by Tim Kane, senior fellow in Research and Policy at the Kauffman Foundation and an author of Growthology.org, the 20-minute video features a diverse group of writers whose wide-ranging intellectual and political vantage points were recorded during the first-ever Economics Bloggers Forum hosted early this year by the Kauffman Foundation. The piece highlights some of America’s top economics bloggers, including professional and academic Ph.D. economists and journalists who have built loyal Web audiences by offering in-depth economic analysis and provocative commentary.
In addition to sitting down for the video interview segments, the bloggers responded to the Kauffman Economic Bloggers Survey, revealing that they believe entrepreneurship will play a key role in repairing the U.S. economy, and that innovation and job creation—the crux of entrepreneurship—are viewed as vitally important to the issue.
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View the video Economic Bloggers and the Renewal of Entrepreneurial Capitalism.