Scott Shane explains why entrepreneurship alone can’t fix job crisis

When job-creation engines stop at just one

The New York Times: For years, start-ups have been doing mores with fewer employees, which has implications for the work force. “There’s this idea that we can somehow rely on entrepreneurship to get us out of the job crisis,” said Scott Shane, the A. Malachi Mixon III Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies. “That’s getting harder and harder, considering there are fewer and fewer of them, and they’re each employing fewer people.”