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Every entrepreneur is a little different, and some are very different. Given the uniqueness of any given venture, Chris Jackson explores what we mean when we say "entrepreneur." Read More >
Senior Analyst Christopher Laubenthal takes a deeper dive on the difference between jobs and occupations, and how each changes (or doesn't) over time.Read More >
Kauffman Research Analyst Jordan Bell-Masterson explores how licensing is of decreasing importance in the age of Yelp!Read More >
Kauffman Foundation research analyst Arnobio Morelix details the life cycle of the Lean Startup Movement.Read More >
Jordan Bell-Masterson is an analyst in Research and Policy for the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, providing support for the department's research programs and initiatives.
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Chris Jackson is a research assistant who specializes in explaining the connections and interactions between economic research and policy questions.
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Arnobio Morelix is passionate about translating top entrepreneurship research into real-world knowledge for startups. Before jumping into the data side of business, Arnobio worked as a social entrepreneur in South America.
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Josh Russell is a research assistant in the Research and Policy Department focusing primarily on the use and quality of big data and the economics of education.
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The foodie in the group, Colin is fascinated by the explosion in AgTech and food entrepreneurship and what it means for future food systems.
The Data Maven blog tracks developments in entrepreneurship, innovation, and education data.
The Policy Dialogue on Entrepreneurship blog informs and connects thought leaders looking to understand policies that help entrepreneurs start companies, create jobs and strengthen the economy.