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  • Obsolete Laws Stiffle Job Growth
  • August 05, 2014
  • In his recent blog, BCG's Hal Sirkin discusses the importance of eliminating obsolete laws in order to create a more efficient economy. "Many of these laws are probably benign and aren't enforced any more. But some of them create real hardships for businesses trying to make a go of it in a tough economy," he wrote.
  • Labor Shortage to Hit Economy by 2030
  • August 04, 2014
  • BCG's Brad Noakes discussed the importance for Australia to boost labor productivity, workforce participation, raise investment in technology and innovation, and increase immigration with The Australian Financial Review and Australian Broadcasting Corporation News. "No matter how you model it, Australia has a serious structural problem with its labor market," he explained, in conjunction with BCG's finding that Australia faces a labor shortage of 2.3 million workers by 2030, from the new report The Global Workforce Crisis: $10 Trillion at Risk.
  • German Industry Looking to Startups for Innovation
  • August 01, 2014
  • "In the telecommunications and media industry we've seen this trend for some time, because their business models have been altered by digitization, if not destroyed," BCG's Wolfgang Bock told The Wall Street Journal, in discussion about the trend among traditional German companies of investing in startups.

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