Should Washington try to stimulate venture capital?

06/15/2009 | Entrepreneurial Mind, The

As Washington considers pouring money into the venture capital sector as a way to help entrepreneurs, Jeff Cornwall of Belmont University argues that that approach is all wrong. Cornwall points out that a study found 99.962% of U.S. entrepreneurial ventures don't receive venture funding, and the declining cost of starting an information-technology business makes such funding less relevant.

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