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Historically, economic downturns have provided fertile ground for entrepreneurship. Many of the mainstays of the American economy were founded during economic lulls. And when it comes to job creation, startups have always contributed mightlily to the equation. Is the same true during the current economic crisis? We posed that question to Amy Wilkinson, who has been studying and reporting on the vital world of entrepreneurs.

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Amy Wilkinson

Amy Wilkinson

Global Fellow// Director's Office;
Senior Fellow, Center for Public Leadership, Harvard University
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