Impact of Entrepreneurial Activities and Innovation on the United States’ Economy from 2011 to 2018

About the scholar: Zhanhao Zhang grew up in China and attended Shen Wai International School in Shenzhen, China.

The Research:

The idea that “entrepreneurial activities and the introduction of new means for production stimulate economic growth” has strongly influenced the business world for several decades. However, scholars have questioned this premise, and research has not revealed a strong correlation between innovation and economic growth. Pioneer scholar Zhanhao tested the theory further by using tools of quantitative analysis. He found only weak links between entrepreneurship and innovation and the economy of the United States in the years 2011-2018. He suggests that further research to yield more compelling results would include a greater date range and materials from other countries.

ClientThe Car Rental Co
SkillsPhotography / Media Production

Project Title

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