Harvard Business Review recently asked, "Do Startups Really Create Lots of Good Jobs?" It has been taken for granted that Start-ups are great and good for the economy and in the eyes of many superior to traditional business development models. The study calls this new conventional wisdom into question. Are we so sure of it's inherent goodness (goodness in economic terms)? Like most things in life, we would be wise to step back and consider and ponder all the implications and effects.