Entrepreneurs who launch new businesses are the driving force behind a vibrant society when they create new jobs, renew the economy and expand human welfare.
02/26/15 Kauffman researcher Colin Tomkins-Bergh explores the current entrepreneurship zeitgist and its potential implications on potential and young entrepreneurs.
02/25/15 According to a new Entrepreneurship Policy Digest, the two biggest demographic developments in America today—the aging of boomers and the maturation of millennials—could have a positive influence on the economy if public policy helps them reach their entrepreneurial potential.
02/25/15 Changing demographic trends are altering the American economic landscape in ways that will affect the economy for years to come. The aging of Boomers and the emergence of Millennials are two of the biggest demographic developments in America today.
02/24/15 - 02/24/15 Join @KauffmanFS and special guest @SBAgov on Twitter as we discuss opportunities and challenges for Millennial entrepreneurs.
02/23/15 Annual Kauffman Foundation/LegalZoom survey of startup owners reveals an increasingly favorable entrepreneurial environment even with lingering credit issues
02/20/15 Kauffman researcher Chris Jackson explores how immigrants contribute to economic growth and shows that current immigration policy is holding back the economy from functioning at its potential.
02/17/15 As the largest generation in American history transitions toward traditional retirement ages, what effect will it have on entrepreneurship? Will Baby Boomers continue to start businesses into their 70s and 80s? Will Boomer entrepreneurs transition their businesses to the next generation?
02/11/15 Our annual address highlights an uptick in venture investments even as business creation loses steam, and analyzes the potential of aging and rising generations to shape entrepreneurship.
02/11/15 Born from 1981 to 1997, Millennials represent approximately 85 million Americans today. By 2025, they could represent up to 75 percent of the American workforce. The oldest Millennials turn 34 this year, entering primer age, historically, for entrepreneurship.
02/10/15 The future of entrepreneurship is the theme of the 2015 State of Entrepreneurship Address, with a focus on two of the most significant demographic shifts in America today: the emergence of millennials in the workforce and aging of baby boomers.
Read summaries of findings around relevant policy issues impacting entrepreneurship.
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