Tag: disruption
People line up to get on an overseas flight at OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, South Africa. Image via AP.

Ryan RayFebruary 6, 2015
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Yes, Jeb Bush gave a well-covered speech at the Detroit Economic Club about economic inequality, but he also gave Ron Fournier of National Journal something else: an unconstrained semi-soliloquy reminiscent of a dorm room bull session at Washington & Lee, in which Jeb talked animatedly about his first political love: ideas of the Right. If […]

Guest AuthorDecember 11, 2014

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Across the country, policymakers are grappling with the phenomenon of “disruption.” Disruption refers generally to the process whereby some new technology or innovation “disrupts” a long-standing industry and its attendant regulatory environment, threatening market incumbents. Today, we see disruption most overtly in two areas: education and transportation. In education, new organizational structures, new teaching methods, […]


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