Read the book that former President Bill Clinton calls "excellent." He also issued a formal endorsement, saying: "William J. Holstein’s 'The Next American Economy: Blueprint for a Real Recovery' is an essential roadmap for America’s renewal and an insightful reckoning of the global challenges ahead."
The Obama Administration also seems to be taking cues from the book. My book is not a silver-bullet solution to all that ails the economy, but Americans need to face up to our structural competitive challenges, rather than waiting for things to simply "bounce back to normal." That is never going to happen.
published by William J. Holstein on 4 April 2014 - 4:06pm
Poised Barra carries GM's image on her shoulders
than one expert observer of Tuesday's congressional examination noted
that GM CEO Mary Barra received a more congenial interrogation than
either of the Toyota executives who were called to Capitol Hill in 2010
over safety issues.
published by William J. Holstein on 31 March 2014 - 3:27pm
I've been writing about this subject for years. In "The Next American Economy," I wrote about how the creation of new industries is creating demands for entirely new sorts of workers. San Diego is enjoying a boom in genomics, for example, but finding people to interpret the results of what genetic testing machines find is so difficiult that employers are literally flying people in from China and India. There are not enough Americans who are "bioinformaticists."