Wayne Beeson Recommends Expeditionary Economics in Pakistan Paper from Kauffman

Wayne Beeson spotlights and recommends the entrepreneurship-based Expeditionary Economics model for Pakistan to stimulate and sustain economic growth. The model is outlined in a new Kauffman Foundation paper by Professor Robert E. Looney, distinguished professor at the Naval Post Graduate School.

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The Expeditionary Economics model can result in new business activity as war torn areas are sponsored into the entrepreneurial economies of the world.
- Wayne Beeson

Draper, UT (PRWEB) March 27, 2012

Wayne Beeson, supporter of Expeditionary Economics and other entrepreneurial economics initiatives, spotlights and recommends in his blog the entrepreneurship-based Expeditionary Economics model for Pakistan and similar countries to stimulate and sustain economic growth. He explains that Expeditionary Economics was put forth by The Kauffman Foundation in 2010 as an alternative to the largely ineffective international economic development policies of the U.S. State Department for the purpose of developing economic growth in areas where the U.S. is involved in counterinsurgency missions or disaster relief. Economic growth is vital for the stability of countries challenged by war and disaster. Mr. Beeson agrees with The Kauffman Foundation that entrepreneur-led economies are a proven model for developing economic growth.

“Entrepreneurship positively impacts the economic well-being of individuals, families, and nations, and Expeditionary Economics recommends entrepreneurship as the foundation of our international economic development policy and endeavors,” says Mr. Beeson. He notes that Professor Looney’s study on applying Expeditionary Economics to the economy of Pakistan to stimulate economic growth is not only a model for Pakistan, but also a model for other countries facing similar challenges.

“Professor Looney’s study is the beginning of a plan of action to systematically implement entrepreneurial activity in a distressed economy in which the U.S. is committed to providing assistance for various reasons. If the U.S. can be successful in helping create prosperous, self-reliant economies, it is a win-win outcome. I individuals, families and nations prosper and support democratic reforms where the people of a country own their own economy and government, and the U.S. wins by having friends in the international community who support rather than threaten U.S., because they support our values and ideals,” explains Mr. Beeson.

Professor Looney’s paper can be downloaded at expeditionaryeconomics.org., or from this news release.

Wayne Beeson is the founder and owner of Wayne Beeson Online Marketing Consulting and blogs at entrepreneurshiprevealed.com.