Recapping the 2016 REER Conference with reports on papers about non-competes, the entrepreneurial mindset, and how tough times shape future entrepreneurs.
Entrepreneurship and competition are inextricably linked. What specific areas can improved policy around competition boost entrepreneurship?
I was asked by a reporter last month whether I thought entrepreneurship was at risk in this election. My answer was no; entrepreneurship is not at risk because entrepreneurs will always pursue their dreams.
The Kauffman Foundation will be going to SXSW Interactive this week to co-host a panel on crowdsourcing policy-making. Find out more about it.
Kauffman researcher Arnobio Morelix shares themes from the State of Entrepreneurship in America Address through tweets
Tax incentives do not create new jobs because young, high-growth firms begun by entrepreneurs create jobs. Entrepreneurs beginning young, high growth firms care less about tax breaks than they do for proximity to talent, capital and the amenities of urban living.
This post discusses how cities, universities, and students can collaborate to provide much needed innovation for their communities to the benefit of all stakeholders.
After several weeks full of committee hearings on a variety of issues, Capitol Hill will be fairly quiet this week. Members of the House of Representatives are mostly out of town for a scheduled week-long District Work Period to coincide with Veterans Day. Meanwhile, while the Senate looks to be busy this week, there are not any committee hearings currently scheduled with a direct link to entrepreneurs.
Kauffman researcher Emily Fetsch shares key takeaways from a panel on entrepreneurship, featuring the British Consulate, during their visit to the Kauffman Foundation.
While the Republican Party is still choosing a successor before Congressman John Boehner steps down at the end of the month, the bigger issue on Capitol Hill this week is what will happen with the debt ceiling and what that might do to the US global standing.