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.
11/19/14 Kauffman Foundation Research Director E.J. Reedy discusses why NETS is a great resource for scholars needing annual employment and revenue information on private businesses in the United States over time.
At the Kauffman Foundation, we know that if our work is to make any difference, we must start by looking within.
11/12/14 First-time digital format features dozens of essays, interviews, photos and videos by Foundation leaders, associates and experts engaged in areas related to Kauffman’s mission
11/10/14 Looking abroad for clues on our own efforts to boost economic growth
11/06/14 After a hiatus to refresh content and direction, the Kauffman Foundation is re-launching the "Data Maven" and "Growthology" blogs that explore entrepreneurship and education trends and research.
The Mayors Conference on Entrepreneurship brings mayors and entrepreneurship experts together to discuss ways to promote startup activity and encourage higher levels of entrepreneurship in their cities.
11/03/14 As state and local officials continue to expand their understanding of the economic importance of new and young firms, more and more are moving away from traditional economic development efforts. For them, the approach is no longer “attract and retain” but rather “start and scale.”
11/03/14 At last! Randomized control trials (established in medicine and many other fields) are now being used more routinely within the study of entrepreneurship and innovation. Kauffman Foundation Director E.J. Reedy explores the slow uptake and emerging opportunities for this new means of data collection.
Read summaries of findings around relevant policy issues impacting entrepreneurship.
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