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Entrepreneurship, Geography and Economic Growth

"Regional high school graduation rates have a major impact on economic growth, particularly entrepreneurship. To determine the relationship between education and growth, researchers incorporated recent theories of entrepreneurship and new enterprise creation into traditional economic models. The recently published Small Business Administration Office of Advocacy report, Using Census Business Information Tracking System (BITS) to Explore Entrepreneurship, Geography and Economic Growth, discusses findings. Researchers found a positive relationship between U.S. entrepreneurship and high school graduation across all industry sectors, except manufacturing."

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