Taiwan as an Entrepreneurial Model

by | May 21, 2007 | Observations

Continuing from my last post about entrepreneurial periods in the U.S. history has shown that our economy is stronger during periods of entrepreneurialism.

One interesting thing to look at is Taiwan’s economic rise. They were one of the poorest countries in the world following World War II and are now one of the wealthiest per capita. 

The reason for this is that the Taiwanese government nurtures the entrepreneur. They create as many opportunities for people as they can. Taiwan plays a very important role in the global marketplace and other countries can use them as a model for how to turn an economy around in two generations.

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