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Wooldridge concludes by stating that the success of advanced economies is increasingly dependent not on their physical capital but on their capacity to mobilize their citizens' brainpower. He asserts that the rise of global meritocracy is the most beneficial way to achieve this. The author concedes that there is likely to be a backlash against talent but that the way to prevent it i......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tony DiRomualdo 11/09/06


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