An exclusive interview with authors Jake Cusack and Erik Malmstrom on their CNAS policy brief Afghanistan's Willing Entrepreneurs: Supporting Private-Sector Growth in the Afghan Economy.
Despite ongoing security challenges, the Afghan private sector has enormous opportunity for development and growth and will be a significant determinant to long-term stability in the country, according to the Voices from the Field policy brief Afghanistan’s Willing Entrepreneurs: Supporting Private-Sector Growth in the Afghan Economy. Authors of Afghanistan’s Willing Entrepreneurs, Jake Cusack and Erik Malmstrom, are Iraq and Afghanistan combat veterans and graduate fellows at Harvard's Kennedy School.
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