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.
Kauffman researcher Emily Fetsch explores immigration challenges facing startups, particularly the shortage of H-1B visas.
Kauffman research analyst Chris Jackson explores ways cities can add action to their welcoming attitude towards immigrants
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.
How does trust impact the likelihood of starting a business venture? Martin Ljunge, of the Research Instiute of Industrial Economics taught us about his work in trust – how cultural perceptions of trust impact economic decisions, such as the decision to start a business.
Kauffman Foundation Director of Research and Policy E.J. Reedy addresses members of the U.S. House of Representatives regarding the role of entrepreneurship in creating economic opportunities for Americans.
India, the country that sends far and away more entrepreneurs to the U.S. than any other, has a new policy that might help keep more of that startup talent at home.
Kauffman researcher Chris Jackson dives into the Kauffman Index: Startup Activity and emphasizes the importance of the role immigrants play in entrepreneurship.
In a piece on The Hill's Congress blog, Dane Stangler and Jason Wiens explain how a startup visa could create up to 1.6 million jobs and boost the economy by up to 1.5 percent.
Introducing the New Kauffman Index of Entrepreneurship, the first and largest index tracking entrepreneurship across city, state and national levels.
Kauffman researcher Emily Fetsch examines the growth of Latino-American entrepreneurs and the particular challenges they face.
New in 2015 from the Kauffman Foundation, the Kauffman Index: Startup Activity brings together the latest data available on entrepreneurial trends nationally, at the state level, and for the 40 largest metropolitan areas of the United States.
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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