Kauffman researcher Josh Russell explores how federal aid may increase college tuition via the Bennett Hypothesis.
Kauffman researcher Christopher Laubenthal explores the so called 21st century skills and investigates how different they actually are from skills required from previous generations.
Amy Wilkinson presents her book, "The Creator’s Code: The Six Essential Skills of Extraordinary Entrepreneurs," at the Plaza Branch of the Kansas City Public Library.
Amid all the political angst among nations on the front pages of our newspapers, economic policymaking is enjoying a peaceful period. Ahead of this year's GEC in Milan, we look at some of the efforts among governments to listen and learn in a mutual effort to grow economies.
Kauffman researcher Emily Fetsch examines incubation research to determine if incubators are beneficial to emerging entrepreneurs.
Jason Furman, chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors, presents The 2015 Economic Report of the President before the Joint Economic Committee this week on Capitol Hill.
Kauffman researcher Jordan Bell-Masterson looks at an underappreciated side of innovation: diffusion.
A selection from what the Kauffman research team has been reading.
According to a new Entrepreneurship Policy Digest, the two biggest demographic developments in America today—the aging of boomers and the maturation of millennials—could have a positive influence on the economy if public policy helps them reach their entrepreneurial potential.
Kauffman Foundation researcher Colin Tomkins-Bergh explains the evolution of the 1 Million Cups Program as it has spread across the country into 69 cities in less than three years.
Kauffman researcher Christopher Laubenthal explores challenges of teacher training in the 21st century in his "Human Capital and the Economy" series.
Annual Kauffman Foundation/LegalZoom survey of startup owners reveals an increasingly favorable entrepreneurial environment even with lingering credit issues
The future of the internet gets a look on both sides of Capitol Hill this week with hearings about the transition of internet governance away from government involvement as well as net neutraily and the latest FCC proposal.
Kauffman researcher Alex Krause overviews the Kauffman Emerging Scholars Initiative for her blog series on the same subject.
The social media furor over Sean Penn's joke at the Oscars obscures the shifting demographics of immigration.