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the u.s. because ideas are global. so one positive feature is that china, india, and so forth, are now closer to the research frontier. other countries, other than just advanced economies, are doing research that matters to the u.s. this shows gdp -- r & d relative to gdp. china, korea shot up, china has been steadily rising. that's actually a positive for potential future growth, that more people in the world are potentially doing ideas that matter. there is no cure for easy low growth. we can hope for stronger growth, for another wave of i.t. innovation, or other things that mckenzie will figure out. but most of that, i think, is going to be a series of incremental things. we can hope for better, but i wouldn't count on it. policy should be aiming to foster the creation and infusion of ideas. thanks. [ applause ] >> thank you very much. john and i have been on a little bit on the circuit on this. he tells you the background evidence, and my role hopefully is to tell you a little bit of the microevidence. the firm level data. you could say i'm -- i'm going to try to persuade you.
feature is that china, india and so forth are closer to the research front here, other countries, other than just advanced economies are doing research that matters to the u.s. this shows gdp r&d relative to gdp. i don't have india on here. china has been -- korea shot up china has been steadily rising that's a positive for potential future growth. that more people in the world are potentially doing ideas that will matter. my takeaway, we can hope for stronger growth. we can hope for other things that mckinsey will figure out that are businesses to do, but most of that, i think, is going to be like a series of incremental things and we can hope for better but i wouldn't count on it. policies should be helping to aim the creation and fusion of ideas. >> thanks very much. john and i have been a little bit on the circuit on this. he tells you the macro evidence and my role hopefully is to tell you a little bit about what the microevidence. i mean the firm level data. you could say i'm going to try to persuade you, i don't think i persuaded john yet to switch that probably not to may
. because ideas are global. so one positive feature is that china, india and so forth are closer to the research front here, other countries, other than just advanced economies are doing research that matters to the u.s. this shows gdp r&d relative to gdp. china has been -- korea shot up china has been steadily rising that's a positive for potential future growth. my takeaway, we can hope for stronger growth. we can hope for other things that mckinsey will figure out but most of that, i think is going to be a series of things. >>> thanks very much. john and i have been a little bit on the circuit on this. >> something tells you the evidence and my role is to tell you what the micro evidence. the firm level data. to switch that probably not to maybe yes, in terms of dynamism. we've seen dramatic changes in the case of business indicators. there's a prima facie case as to why that may be important. we want to dig into this including the skepticism john has. i should note this particular talk comes with work for colleagues. blame me for the remarks here we now have in the united states
Search Results 0 to 4 of about 5 (some duplicates have been removed)