Scientists, engineers or technicians were not well-represented among the British great inventors, and their contributions remained unspecialized until very late in the nineteenth century. For developing countries today, the implications are that costly investments in specialized human capital resources might be less important than incentives for creativity, flexibility, and the ability to make incremental adjustments that can transform existing technologies into inventions that are appropriate for prevailing domestic conditions.
Employers have biases against minorities that can be refuted by hard proof; banning the tests allows prejudice to run wild.
Regulatory agencies answer directly to the president, and everyone is violating some rule or regulation.
“The city of Detroit does nothing, so we’re forced to do our own thing.”
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