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Stay or Go Home? International STEM Students in the United States are Up for Grabs after Graduation

Kauffman Foundation study recommends policies to open the door wider to benefit U.S. innovation and competitiveness

Living with Family: An Entrepreneurial Advantage?

Kauffman researcher Emily Fetsch explores whether multigenerational living helps bolster entrepreneurship.

About the Annual Survey of Entrepreneurs (ASE), the Largest Annual Survey Data Collection of U.S. Entrepreneurs

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).

Entrepreneurship and the American Idea

Kauffman's Dane Stangler explores the idea of entrepreneurship and the American Idea, in preparation for our celebration of 250 years of innovation in the U.S.

A Billion Reasons to Encourage Immigrant Startups

Two recent studies emphasize the need for an update of current immigration policy.

Entrepreneurship Can Give the Country a New Start

Find out more about what the New Entrepreneurial Growth agenda has to say about immigration and entrepreneurship.

The 2016 State of Entrepreneurship Address in 21 Tweets

Kauffman researcher Arnobio Morelix shares themes from the State of Entrepreneurship in America Address through tweets

Does the Shortage of H-1B Visas Hinder Startup Growth?

Kauffman researcher Emily Fetsch explores immigration challenges facing startups, particularly the shortage of H-1B visas.

Putting Out the Welcome Mat

Kauffman research analyst Chris Jackson explores ways cities can add action to their welcoming attitude towards immigrants

The Economic Case for Welcoming Immigrant Entrepreneurs

Learn how strategies for how a “startup visa” would allow immigrants to start businesses in the United States after satisfying certain funding, employment, and other requirements.