Public Entrepreneurship and Policy Engineering

By Beth Simone Noveck, a professor in the Department of Technology, Culture, and Society and director of the Governance Lab.

As science fiction writer William Gibson famously quipped, the future is here, but unevenly distributed. With urgent problems from inequality to climate change, we must train more passionate and innovative people—what I call public entrepreneurs—to learn how to leverage new technology to tackle public problems. 

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