Expect More -- Do More
In an article published in the Minnesota Journal of Law, Science and Technology, Kauffman Foundation General Counsel John Tyler exposes the absent and weak links between vision, policies and practices of universities and federal policy for advancing innovations.
Law Journal Article Bolsters Argument for U.S. Policy Change Regarding Immigrant Entrepreneurs
A new Fordham Urban Law Journal article encourages federal policy change as a means for the United States to more fully benefit from highly skilled immigrants' (HSI) growth-enhancing contributions.
Private Entities, Autonomous Decisions, Charitable Purposes
Foundations are generally private, autonomous, and independent enterprises. Among other characteristics, they can operate with flexibility and purpose that governments cannot; they can take risks and undertake activities that the market-oriented business sector rightly will not; and they can manifest freedoms inherent in democracy. As such, they have opportunities to contribute uniquely to the fabric of our nation's social and economic systems.