America’s new immigrant entrepreneurs have created and now lead some of the world’s most innovative companies. Immigrants to the U.S. bring a fresh perspective that can translate into new ideas for businesses.
The Kauffman Foundation gave feedback today on the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s proposed International Entrepreneur Rule. The rule would allow certain immigrant entrepreneurs to remain in the United States for the purpose of operating and growing their startup.
Exploring how the percentage of immigrant entrepreneurs varies across states and metropolitan areas.
This fact sheet lists a range or research, articles and blog posts addressing immigration and entrepreneurship.
Greater acceptance of immigrant entrepreneurs can boost falling rates of firm formation, create jobs for Americans and spur economic growth.
As any Welcoming City knows, immigrant entrepreneurs play a particularly critical role in the economic vitality of our communities, though they may not receive the recognition they deserve.
Kauffman Foundation study recommends policies to open the door wider to benefit U.S. innovation and competitiveness
Kauffman researcher Emily Fetsch explores whether multigenerational living helps bolster entrepreneurship.
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).
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.
Two recent studies emphasize the need for an update of current immigration policy.
For more, view the Immigration and the American Economy research series.
Read summaries of findings around relevant policy issues impacting entrepreneurship.
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