Innovation can’t be forced, but it can be quashed
Contrary to popular belief, have we actually stalled our defining capacity to innovate? To solve 21st-century problems, innovators need the freedom to experiment without the burden of overregulation and the abuse of intellectual property rights by vested interests, argues author Matt Ridley. Will the coronavirus pandemic allow any of that to change? Here, he explores for The Wall Street Journal.
From The Wall Street Journal