Why "lost Einsteins" are hurting our economy

Dec 5, 2017
Unrealized talent can have a serious economic impact.
“Lost Einsteins” are a group of people, including minorities and women, who could have become successful innovators but didn't have the right opportunities to come through the innovation pipeline, says Raj Chetty, a Stanford economist. Above, a Seoul, South Korea, exhibit of physicist Albert Einstein.
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