Fostering Economic Growth

It is increasingly hard to hire employees with the skills innovative companies need. If we can put upward pressure on graduation rates we can write a new chapter in American prosperity. 

This is worth every bit of effort. 

A fundamental problem with the American economy is a difficult one to address. America does not create enough human capital. Over the past 30 years the United States has failed to raise its percentage of college-educated young adults substantially.”
— Enrico Moretti, Economics at the University of California, Berkeley

Investment in a college degree delivers an inflation-adjusted annual return of more than 15%, significantly larger than the historical return on stocks (7%) and bonds, gold and real estate (all below 3%). College is where smart investors should put their money. And this is without even considering risk. As it turns out, investment in human capital not only has higher return but also tends to be safer than other investments. If college were a stock, it would be the darling of Wall Street.”
— Enrico Moretti, Economics at the University of California, Berkeley
 

At EIC, we're here to insure that investment and create an investable asset that Wall Street can put money into to show that value.