It’s very kind of you to take the time to read this long paper, Daniel; I appreciate that very much. Do you mean to say that you don’t believe the school system and family structure are significant forces that influence the development of creativity? I believe they are, but I can see where that sentence suggests that “only” the family structure and school system shape creativity, which is incomplete. Perhaps changing it to the following would help?
Risk management is the practice of diversifying risk in order to reduce loses and increase profit. The more creativity there is across a society (as influenced by the school system, system of resource distribution, family structure, and the like), the more that society has invested wisely and diversified the risk of creativity.
Thank you again!