Kauffman Foundation Research and Policy Director E.J. Reedy details plans for a multi-year expansion of the Survey of Business Owners with the U.S. Census Bureau
The Kauffman Foundation announces a set of new investments totaling $2.5 million to provide greater numbers of Kansas City-area students with incentives and opportunities to reach high levels of educational achievement.
While several committees are still holding their organizational meetings this week—including the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship, a number have started to hold and schedule hearings. Following up on the Congressional Budget Office report to be released later today, CBO director Douglas Elmendorf makes separate appearances before the House and Senate Budget Committees to outline the CBO budget and economic outlook.
How do we think about the 'typical' college student, and do the data agree?
A Kauffman Foundation Entrepreneurship Policy Digest looks at policy ideas at the federal, state and local levels for how to capture the economic benefits and growth that come from entrepreneurial immigrants.
A Kauffman Founders School video series featuring Brad Feld teaches entrepreneurs how to build and configure boards that help their companies thrive.
Two national radio programs recently featured Kauffman Foundation Vice President of Research & Policy Dane Stangler for his expertise on the relationship between age and entrepreneurship.
Every entrepreneur is a little different, and some are very different. Given the uniqueness of any given venture, Chris Jackson explores what we mean when we say "entrepreneur."
Kauffman Foundation Vice President of Research & Policy Dane Stangler explains why the U.S. needs an entrepreneurial renewal and offers four things policymakers can do to help lead the way.
Last week marked the official beginning of the 114th Congress. This week, a number of committees hold organizational meetings to determine subcommittee structure and assignments as well as adopt rules that dictate the formal procedures the committee follows. Once these are determined, committee will begin holding hearings on a regular basis. One hearing slated to take place on the House side this week is in the Ways and Means Committee, now led by Congressman Paul Ryan (R-WI) who moves over from his role as chair of the House Budget Committee in the 113th Congress.
When asked what policymakers can do most for entrepreneurs, sometimes the response has been "get out of the way." That seems to be the overarching message of the latest report from the Small Business and Entrepreneurship Council.
Today, members of Congress return to Washington--or in some cases, move in for the first time. The 114th Congress will formally be sworn in tomorrow and bring in a much-discussed Republican majority to the Senate while strengthening its hold on the House. Between the formal swearing in ceremony and some housekeeping issues, there aren't many committee hearings anticipated (a full schedule for the House has yet to be released).
The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation announced today the recipient of the 2015 Ewing Marion Kauffman Prize Medal for Distinguished Research and the recipients of the 2015 Kauffman Dissertation Fellowship.