This Week in Entrepreneurship Policy: The 2015 Economic Report of the President

Jason Furman, chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors, presents The 2015 Economic Report of the President before the Joint Economic Committee this week on Capitol Hill.Read More >

Making Ministers One of Us

Amid all the political angst among nations on the front pages of our newspapers, economic policymaking is enjoying a peaceful period. Ahead of this year's GEC in Milan, we look at some of the efforts among governments to listen and learn in a mutual effort to grow economies.Read More >

This Week in Entrepreneurship Policy: The Future of Internet Governance

The future of the internet gets a look on both sides of Capitol Hill this week with hearings about the transition of internet governance away from government involvement as well as net neutraily and the latest FCC proposal.Read More >

Sharpening Our Understanding of How to Shape Our Economic Future

Despite sobering data on the declining rates of new firm formation, there is reason for optimism in 2015 -- but more research is needed to guide effective policy interventions. Read More >

The Changing Immigration Map

The social media furor over Sean Penn's joke at the Oscars obscures the shifting demographics of immigration. Read More >

This Week in Entrepreneurship Policy: Tax Credits and the Internet of Things

Tax credits for small business owners and a discussion on government regulation and the Internet of Things highlight the agenda in Congress this week.Read More >

VC Figures Double in Last Five Years, Seed Stage Drops Significantly

While venture capital figures have doubled since 2010 (from $23B to $48B), the amount going to seed stage ventures hit its lowest point since 2002. Read More >

Co-founding Across Generations?

Can Boomers and Millennials come together to start and scale new ventures? Read More >

This Week in Entrepreneurship Policy: The President's FY 2016 Budget

President Obama's proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2016—calling for $3.99 trillion in spending while bringing in $3.53 trillion in revenue—is the center of attention on Capitol Hill this week.Read More >

Cities Compete For Title of Best in Class

By 2050, 70 percent of the world’s population will live in urban areas and it is no wonder that those working on best-in-class programs and policies to support entrepreneurs are focusing their attention on cities. Read More >