Inspired by research on the importance of entrepreneurship for sustained economic growth and improved wellbeing, many governments and non-governmental grant-making organizations have sought over the past decade to implement policies and programs intended to support entrepreneurs
Kauffman research analyst Chris Jackson delves into the risks that crowdfunding presents to investors, and how a growing number of syndicates may provide useful information to decrease exposure to that risk
Each month, we’re hoping to better answer the question: what’s being read by academics with an interest in entrepreneurship? In September 2015, these were the most downloaded entrepreneurship papers.
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.
Although the term, entrepreneurship ecosystem, has been used by academics and practitioners widely in the last few years, we still know little about how such an ecosystem is structured, varies by region, evolves over time, or functions for different sub-groups of entrepreneurs.
“Enabling Entrepreneurial Ecosystems” report calls into question the effectiveness of narrowly focused strategies by governments and private grantmaking programs to support budding entrepreneurs.
Join Kauffman Founders School and the U.S. Small Business Administration on Twitter as we discuss creative ways Millennial entrepreneurs can market their startups.
Linking Bell Labs’ 20th century lessons with the latest academic research on innovation.
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.
With the possibility of a government shutdown on Thursday, Congress will be focused on passing a continuing resolution this week – with the Senate scheduled to take a procedural vote Monday afternoon. You can also expect to hear a lot about Republicans jockeying for position to replace House Speaker John Boehner who announced late last week that he will be stepping aside at the end of October.
“In order to continue providing employment, it is imperative to promote an economy which favors productive diversity and business creativity.” Those are the words of Pope Francis, who arrived in Washington, DC last week.
Each month, we’re hoping to better answer the question: what’s being read by academics with an interest in entrepreneurship? In August 2015, these were the most downloaded entrepreneurship papers.
Kauffman research analyst Chris Jackson takes a look at a recent report on how high-growth firms in Indianapolis find the talent they need to sustain their plans for growth.
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Kauffman intern Sarah Mitchell explores the different types of microlending, and how this kind of financing opportunities helps low-income entrepreneurs.
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.
This Thursday, Pope Francis is making an appearance on Capitol Hill – the first papal address to a joint session of Congress. While the speculation of late has been about the pontiff’s planned remarks focusing on climate control, his stance on immigration reform – should he raise it – would be the topic with the most impact on the entrepreneurial economy.
Traveling to Ontario for the Waterloo Innovation Summit last Friday, PDE's Jonathan Ortmans checks in with entrepreneurs and policymakers in Canada to see how they are faring. From grassroots communities to policy prescriptions, snapshots of the country's entrepreneurship landscape show healthy signs.
A 2014 Allied Business Intelligence survey predicts that 40.9 billion devices will be connected to the Internet by 2020. Robert Cohen of the Economic Strategy Institute is studying what the Internet of Things (IoT) means to our productivity, employment, and jobs. Cohen details some of the changes that IoT may bring in his featured presentation.
Kauffman researcher Emily Fetsch explores new SBO data and the representation of women of color as business owners.