Is crowdfunding the silver bullet to expanding innovation in the developing world?
November 20, 2017 Editor 0What’s holding back innovation in the developing world? Despite great need and great opportunity, investment in innovation is still primarily a developed world phenomenon. Unequal resources and economic returns tend to lead to more investments into minor innovations in the developed world rather than investments into major innovations in the developing world.
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