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Kauffman Hosts Capitol Hill Briefing on Trends in Entrepreneurship

Sen. Jerry Moran (KS) and Sen. Chris Coons (DE) of the Senate Competitiveness Caucus joined John Haltiwanger, a University of Maryland professor of economics with expertise in new business dynamics, for a discussion of trends in entrepreneurship and how to boost the American economy.

Haltiwanger’s ‘Startup Deficit’

The work of John Haltiwanger, an economics professor at the University of Maryland, in deepening our understanding of the causes of job creation, job destruction and economic performance serves as one of the best examples of how to elevate the quality of research informing a new class of policymakers drilling down on entrepreneurship as a driver of jobs and innovation.

Urban Entrepreneur Partnership

UEP is a premium business solution distinguished by a unique and innovative one-to-one business coaching model designed to produce rapid return on investment.

Examining the Entrepreneurial Landscape in Indianapolis

While Silicon Valley gets the lions' share of the media attention when it comes to breeding grounds for promising startups, more data is coming to light on promising trends in new firm formation and growth from other parts of the U.S. One of those places is Indianapolis and a new paper from the Kauffman Foundation explores the the city's entrepreneurial landscape -- and some of the challenges it faces.

Occupational Licensing: A Barrier to Entrepreneurship

In certain fields and professions, the path to opening a new business is marked with barriers that can slow or even block entrepreneurs.

Entrepreneurship Seen as Strongest Aspect of US Economy

A new survey of Harvard Business School alumni pointed to entrepreneurship as the strongest element of the national economy -- and that it is still improving. Entrepreneurship was joined by capital markets, universities and innovation as significant strengths in the U.S.

The Importance of Young Firms for Economic Growth

When it comes to job-creating power, it is not the size of the business that matters as much as it is the age.

4 Ways City Leaders Can Boost Entrepreneurship and Propel Economic Growth

Kauffman's Josh Russell and Jason Wiens guest post at Cities Speak on the National League of Cities 2015 Cities and Unequal Recovery Report.

The Economic Case for Welcoming Immigrant Entrepreneurs

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.

Research-based Sessions for SXSW Interactive 2016

Kauffman researchers Alex Krause and Colin Tomkins-Bergh aim to bring their findings on entrepreneurship behavior, demographics, and trends to SXSW 2016.