Kauffman intern Melissa Peck shares her thoughts on what jobs will look like as robots and artificial intelligence becomes a greater and greater part of our lives.Read More >
Researchers Wanted! Created by the Kauffman Foundation, State of the Field is a compilation of knowledge on entrepreneurship research written by the leading experts in the field.Read More >
This series will explore where the state of research stands, what has been concretely proven to work, where the gaps of knowledge lay and what we as educators, entrepreneurs, policy makers and researchers can do to fill them.Read More >
The Kauffman Foundation addresses the House of Representatives to discuss several areas of federal policy that can strengthen the entrepreneurial environment. Read More >
Kauffman researcher Chris Jackson connects the dots that show how occupational licensing is a barrier that hinders economic mobility.Read More >
Kauffman researcher Emily Fetsch shares the first of a four part series on Native American entrepreneurship.Read More >
Firms that don't survive in perpetuity are not necessarily failures. There are many reasons entrepreneurs may exit their venture.Read More >
Part 3 of the 3 part series on "American Capitalism - Toward a New History." University of Maryland, Baltimore County assistant professor, Christy Ford Chapin discusses how the U.S. economy has transitioned from industrial capitalism to finance capitalism since WWII. Read More >
Find out more about the most-read papers among entrepreneurship academics. Read More >
Kauffman researchers answer some of the most frequently asked questions about the metropolitan area findings of the 2015 Kauffman Index: Startup Activity.Read More >
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.