The US is no longer the dominant engine of global innovation, and Europe will overtake it - here's why

In this guest post, researcher and author Boyd Cohen argues that Europe will overtake the US as the dominant global innovation hub, and explains why.
The US is no longer the dominant engine of global innovation, and Europe will overtake it - here's why

Editor's note: This is an op-ed contributed by Boyd Cohen, an entrepreneur, professor and researcher with a Ph.D. in Entrepreneurship from the University of Colorado. He is also the author of a brand new book entitled "The Emergence of the Urban Entrepreneur: How the Growth of Cities and the Sharing Economy Are Driving a New Breed of Innovators".

This is a guest article, my first for tech.eu, which provides a brief introduction to my new book, which was published on May 31st and explores a controversial topic I raise in the last chapter: I believe the EU is on the verge of overtaking the U.S. as the better place for entrepreneurs to reside.

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