Policy principles and protocols can help pave the way for entrepreneurs to move forward or hamper their ability to establish their business, grow and prosper.
07/21/14 State enforcement of non-compete agreements restricts highly skilled workers from moving in and out of new jobs and/or from starting their own businesses.
06/11/14 Policy Digest points to strategies that can foster business creation rather than relocation to boost local economies
06/11/14 Culling ideas from Kauffman research and those developed at a recent Kauffman Foundation conference on state incentive programs, the Policy Digest offers the following strategies for how states can better foster entrepreneurship.
06/02/14 In a Wichita Eagle op-ed, Dane Stangler and Jason Wiens discuss the effects newer firms have on economic stability and job growth in Kansas.
05/29/14 Kauffman Foundation Policy Engagement Manager Jason Wiens examines the benefits of intrastate crowdfunding in an article for Forbes.com.
04/14/14 To further the conversation on initiatives focused on entrepreneurs, leading academics, entrepreneurs and policymakers will gather for Incentives to Innovate: State Policies to Jumpstart Innovation conference
04/10/14 Research suggests that policymakers seeking to promote entrepreneurship in their city or state turn from past strategies and embrace a new approach that puts entrepreneurs at the center.
04/10/14 Research suggests state and local policymakers should embrace a new approach to promoting entrepreneurship.
04/09/14 The Kauffman Index of Entrepreneurial Activity is a leading indicator of new business creation in the United States.
03/31/14 The Kauffman Foundation highlights strategies for how a “startup visa” would allow immigrants to start businesses in the United States after satisfying certain funding, employment, and other requirements.
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