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How Corruption Is Strangling U.S. Innovation - James Allworth - Harvard Business Review - http://blogs.hbr.org/cs/2012/12/how_corruption_is_strangling_...
«The process by which firms do this is rarely overt, and usually couched in the language of regulation. When it involves nascent disruptors running headlong in to regulation that protects the incumbents, then the innovators are painted as "cutting corners." Conversely, when new regulation makes sense in order to foster innovation and disruption, but it doesn't suit the interests of the incumbents, then that regulation will often be characterized by incumbents as "stifling red tape."» ‎- 9000

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