This Kansas City Star series about 10 of the greatest, late Kansas Citians begins with a tribute to the founder of the Kauffman Foundation, Ewing Kauffman, and his wife, Muriel.
Kauffman Foundation Vice President of Research & Policy Dane Stangler explains why the U.S. needs an entrepreneurial renewal and offers four things policymakers can do to help lead the way.
Two national radio programs recently featured Kauffman Foundation Vice President of Research & Policy Dane Stangler for his expertise on the relationship between age and entrepreneurship.
In an article on Forbes.com, Jordan Bell-Masterson and E.J. Reedy, members of the Kauffman Foundation's Research and Policy team, identify the entrepreneurship challenges and opportunities that these groups face.
In this post on Governing.com, Kauffman Foundation researchers explain how city leaders can see past cultural buzz to get an accurate measure of their entrepreneurial ecosystems.
In a preview of the Kauffman Index from The Wall Street Journal, Kauffman Foundation Director of Research & Policy E.J. Reedy explains that, historically, men are more likely than women to start a business to earn a living after they’ve been fired or laid off.
In this guest editorial, Kauffman Foundation Acting President and CEO Wendy Guillies shares the Foundation’s vision for the future of Kansas City’s urban schools.
Tax incentives—often used to attract or retain existing businesses—aren’t always the best way to stimulate economic growth.
Time Magazine turns to the Kauffman Foundation’s Michele Markey for insights on the essential steps for entrepreneurial success
Wendy Torrance, Kauffman Foundation director of Entrepreneurship, reveals the one, crucial question entrepreneurs need to ask their mentors.
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