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.
12/16/14 2014 has been another year of prolific online content distribution for the Kauffman Foundation, which annually assesses what topics net the most attention as one way to gauge priorities among its entrepreneurship and youth education audiences.
At the Kauffman Foundation, we know that if our work is to make any difference, we must start by looking within.
Kauffman research is increasingly pointing to the importance of location to entrepreneurship.
12/12/14 Senior Analyst Christopher Laubenthal takes a deeper dive on the difference between jobs and occupations, and how each changes (or doesn't) over time.
12/11/14 Kauffman Foundation Senior Fellow Alicia Robb features recent success stories in Boulder, Colorado, and highlights promising programs that seek to close the large, persistent gender gap in venture capital funding.
12/04/14 Kauffman Foundation Vice President of Research & Policy Dane Stangler offers policy recommendations for how to increase long-term economic growth in the United States in two key areas: immigration and education.
In certain fields and professions, the path to opening a new business is marked with barriers that can slow or even block entrepreneurs.
12/02/14 Increasing licensing regulations in certain professions have the effect of building barriers to innovations and opening new businesses.
As one of just a handful of private foundations with an emphasis in entrepreneurship, Kauffman has felt called to re-think its program strategies, for two reasons.
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.
Read summaries of findings around relevant policy issues impacting entrepreneurship.
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