“Historically, the Puerto Rican tax code and regulatory system abound with provisions for special business interests…The result is a complicated web of policy-induced financial incentives that helps sustain a rent-seeking business culture and an overly intrusive role for the government.” —Steven Davis
On April 6, 2017, Steven Davis, Professor of Entrepreneurship and Global Economics and Management at the Sloan School of Management of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, led a conversation with Puerto Rico entrepreneurs and business leaders on how free markets can help Puerto Rico create a healthier economic climate and foster growth. Davis, who is a pro-bono member of the CNE Growth Commission for Puerto Rico, argued in favor of simplifying regulations affecting the island’s business environment.
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