Can Entrepreneurship Solve Environmental and Social Issues?

Kauffman researcher Alex Krause discusses social and environmental sustainability in entrepreneurship with a different take at the "Three Ps" of Business: People, Planet, and Profit. Read More >

Bringing Back the American Craft Beer Enterprise

Kauffman Researcher Colin Tomkins-Bergh explores the growth of the American craft beer sector and its economic impact. Read More >

It Takes a Village

Kauffman researcher Chris Jackson examines what some of the key attributes of a healthy entrepreneurial ecosystem are and how local policymakers can improve their own ecosystem.Read More >

Experiments in Entrepreneurship: Supplemental Entrepreneurs and the Etsy Economy

Kauffman researcher Emily Fetsch studies how entrepreneurship can act as supplemental income and provide financial security, especially for low- and middle-income entrepreneurs.Read More >

How Can I Measure Entrepreneurial Activity in My Region? Introducing the New Kauffman Index of Entrepreneurship

Introducing the New Kauffman Index of Entrepreneurship, the first and largest index tracking entrepreneurship across city, state and national levels. Read More >

Entrepreneurship: A Path to a More Productive and Inspired Workforce

Kauffman Researcher Alex Krause discusses how a path to job fulfillment may be found through entrepreneurship. Read More >

Anatomy of the 1 Million Cups Entrepreneur

Kauffman Researchers Colin Tomkins-Bergh and Arnobio Morelix explore the anatomy of the 1MC entrepreneur and startup. Read More >

Finding the Right Equilibrium for Effective Non-Compete Agreements

Kauffman researcher Chris Jackson delves into how non-compete agreements are a drag on labor mobility and what policymakers can do about it.Read More >

Can Relationship Counseling Save Your Startup?

Kauffman researcher Emily Fetsch examines whether relationship counseling can prove beneficial to startup co-founders.Read More >

Bennett Hypothesis 2.0 (part 2)

Kauffman Researcher Josh Russell continues to explore the Bennett Hypothesis 2.0, focusing on school selectivity and the dynamic story of tuition increases.Read More >