The Geography of Innovation: Why Do Clusters of Entrepreneurs Exist in Some Areas and Not in Others?

Ever wonder why certain cities seem to attract and nurture innovation and others simply don’t? Economist Edward Glaeser will look at how entrepreneurs are influenced by and in turn influence local economies, and what role regional policy plays in that cycle, at this lecture put on by the Rappaport Institute of Greater Boston at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.

The lecture is free, but check out the Rappaport Institute website for more information.