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Learn about the causes of economic development, what drives income and wealth inequality, and how social enterprises and entrepreneurship can help communities grow and thrive, even when government policy gets in the way.

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It takes strong character to be a successful entrepreneur. Economic freedom both requires and nurtures individual virtue.

Institutional Factors Encourage Entrepreneurship

Markets and entrepreneurship can be restricted by government intervention. Regulation disrupts the spontaneous order of the market and stifles entrepreneurship.
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