Each month, we’re hoping to better answer the question: what’s being read by academics with an interest in entrepreneurship? In July 2015, these were the most downloaded entrepreneurship papers.
With members of the House of Representatives already back home enjoying their August recess, the Senate has a few more days left in session in Washington. It is widely expected to push forward the Cyber-Information Sharing Act (CISA -- S.754) as quickly as possible but with members of both parties lining up with amendments to the bill, time is of the essence.
Reacting to the shockwaves that recent data breaches sent through government, businesses and individuals, the United States Congress has held a large number of committee hearings on cybersecurity and privacy. These regulatory deliberations and expected regulatory changes, combined with the major losses inflicted on large companies and institutions, are driving entrepreneurs and investors to help meet the demand for data protection.
Kauffman intern Melissa Peck shares her thoughts on what jobs will look like as robots and artificial intelligence becomes a greater and greater part of our lives.
Researchers Wanted! Created by the Kauffman Foundation, State of the Field is a compilation of knowledge on entrepreneurship research written by the leading experts in the field.
This series will explore where the state of research stands, what has been concretely proven to work, where the gaps of knowledge lay and what we as educators, entrepreneurs, policy makers and researchers can do to fill them.
Join Kauffman Founders School and the U.S. Small Business Administration as we discuss why every entrepreneur needs a mentor.
Kauffman Foundation Director of Research and Policy E.J. Reedy addresses members of the U.S. House of Representatives regarding the role of entrepreneurship in creating economic opportunities for Americans.
E.J. Reedy, a director in Research & Policy, addresses members of Congress regarding the role of entrepreneurship in creating economic opportunities for Americans.
With August recess looming, members of the Federal Communications Commission make a couple of appearances on Capitol Hilll this week.
Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation Director of Research and Policy E.J. Reedy will address members of the U.S. House of Representatives regarding the role of entrepreneurship in creating economic opportunities for Americans.
A new policy brief from the OECD outlines how policymakers can help fuel the growth of networks to help entrepreneurs — particularly those among under-represented groups such as women and youth — start and scale new firms.
Since 2010, when President Barack Obama presided over the first Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) in Washington, D.C., it has expanded to a global event, subsequently hosted by the governments of Muslim majority nations, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, Malaysia and Morocco.
Kauffman researcher Chris Jackson connects the dots that show how occupational licensing is a barrier that hinders economic mobility.
Co-sponsored by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), the one-hour chat will discuss the importance of mentors for Millennial entrepreneurs.
Kauffman researcher Emily Fetsch shares the first of a four part series on Native American entrepreneurship.
Presentation and pitch coach Nathan Gold offers techniques entrepreneurs can use to turn Q&A sessions into opportunities.
Firms that don't survive in perpetuity are not necessarily failures. There are many reasons entrepreneurs may exit their venture.
Tax incentives—often used to attract or retain existing businesses—aren’t always the best way to stimulate economic growth.
The lack of women entrepreneurs is not just a gender issue — it’s an economic issue.