Taking a close look at subsets of entrepreneurs according to gender, age, ethnicity, location, industry and background offers an essential view of how a population's characteristics and makeup influence its success.
While the gender gap persists, the average revenue of female-owned firms is on the rise.
This guest post is the first in a series by Kauffman Foundation grantees and other partners sharing insights on entrepreneurship diversity and inclusion.
The Annual Survey of Entrepreneurs provides a timely, more frequent socio-economic portrait of the nation’s employer businesses by gender, ethnicity, race and veteran status.
If we accept that entrepreneurs are born, are we accepting the uneven distribution of entrepreneurial activity?
Policy Director Jason Wiens and Kauffman researcher Arnobio Morelix share presentations and findings around the Kauffman Index of Startup Activity and what policymakers can do to affect it
As Millennials are becoming an increasing part of the adult population; how does the platform economy impact their path to economic independence?
Autism should not be considered a limitation to entrepreneurship
While there are plenty of reasons why longer parental leave is good for parents and children, can it also be good for creating entrepreneurs?
Politics and regulations, not startups, used to define the image of the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. But not anymore.
Kauffman researchers E.J. Reedy and Arnobio Morelix share about the new Annual Survey of Entrepreneurs (ASE), a public-private partnership between the U.S. Census Bureau, the Kauffman Foundation, and the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA).
The Kauffman Index of Entrepreneurship site contains full reports, as well as interactive data at the national, state and metro level.
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