The continual birth and death of companies is a natural byproduct of competition in the marketplace. But is the rate at which this "churn" takes place related positively or negatively to the growth of our state's economy? Show-Me Institute Chief Economist Joseph Haslag explores the importance of churn for state growth in his new essay. Click on the link below to read more.
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