If you take just one notion away from this book, we hope it would be this: Ideas become powerful not simply because they are conceived by academic scribblers and filtered into society by intellectuals but because political entrepreneurs discover ways to implement those ideas into society's shared institutions and ultimately change the incentives that drive human behavior.
Aug 15, 2014
An excellent book on political entrepreneurship
This book tells a fascinating and balanced story of political entrepreneurship and social change. If you read it you will learn as well a lot about very influential philosophers and economists. The authors say:
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