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What’s Inside the Book?

In this eye-opening page-turner, leading economist Mariana Mazzucato challenges your preconceptions about the roles of the public and private sectors in driving innovation. If you’ve ever thought of government as a sluggish player alongside a vibrant private sector, prepare for a compelling counterargument. Through rigorous case studies, from Silicon Valley’s tech advances to biotech breakthroughs, you’ll see how often the state is the daring investor that fuels pioneering ventures.

Take the smartphone in your pocket—did you know each of its core technologies was backed by state funds? Yes, even Siri owes her existence to government investment. Mazzucato goes beyond just correcting history; she boldly claims that governments don’t just fix markets—they shape and create them. And if we ignore this truth? We risk funneling rewards into fewer hands while spreading risks far and wide.

Why Should You Buy This Book?

You’re not just reading another book; you’re equipping yourself with an insightful analysis recognized by both ‘Financial Times’ and ‘Forbes’. Whether you’re an innovator, student, policymaker, or simply someone keen on societal progress, this narrative will arm you with a fresh perspective on capitalism and equity.

Who Will Benefit from This Book?

If you’re intrigued by technology’s evolution or passionate about economic policy’s impact on society, this book speaks directly to you. It’s crafted for thinkers eager to understand real-world dynamics between public initiatives and private enterprise—especially those who appreciate well-researched arguments that challenge status quo narratives.

It’s time to rethink what sparks true innovation and growth. Get ready for a read that offers clarity amidst heated debates about the interplay between state involvement and market forces in shaping our future.

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