Recapping the 2016 REER Conference with reports on papers about non-competes, the entrepreneurial mindset, and how tough times shape future entrepreneurs.
A new entrepreneurship policy digest from the Kauffman Foundation suggests that policies that protect against some entrepreneurial risks and economic hazards might encourage more people to start companies. The thought is that hurdles like a lack of health insurance -- coupled with the inherently risky nature of entrepreneurship -- limit the number of would-be founders launching a new business.
Recent top new papers in entrepreneurship, as found on the Social Science and Research Network's (SSRN) Entrepreneurship Research and Policy Network (ERPN).
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