IEGC releases new study on job creation

Traditionally researchers have looked at either absolute growth or relative growth to evaluate how businesses are expanding. Yet there is a third metric, sustained growth (the number of times a company expands over a period of years) that provides new insights into economic development, says Gary Kunkle, research fellow at the Edward Lowe Foundation’s Institute for Exceptional Growth Companies. Read more at: http://youreconomy.org/pages/insights.lasso.

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