The harmful effect of noncompetes appears to extend far beyond those workers that are directly bound by them.
By Noah Smith|March 22, 2018 at 11:33 AM
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Despite sky-high housing prices, Silicon Valley remains the vital center of the U.S. tech industry. Once an industry takes root in a particular place, it’s very hard to pull it away. Which makes it all the more important to understand: Why did Silicon Valley become Silicon Valley in the first place?
One prominent theory is that California’s culture encouraged a free flow of workers and ideas between companies, combining and re-combining in ways that spurred continuous innovation, instead of being jealously hoarded in corporate offices.
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