Beyond our extensive research, the Kauffman Foundation has developed and supported a variety of books, publications and other resources that furthers our work.
02/21/14 We renew our underwriting support of National Public Radio with a call to attract teachers to the Kauffman School.
02/21/14 Each month the Kauffman Foundation shares highlights of the many ways in which it interacts with and supports Kansas City organizations, initiatives, and individuals.
02/19/14 The Kauffman Foundation addresses growing challenges in new business creation and economic dynamism at its fifth annual State of Entrepreneurship Address at the National Press Club in Washington.
08/30/13 In Prescription for Success, author Anne Morgan provides a fascinating and sensitive portrait of Ewing Marion Kauffman, the truly great businessman and humanitarian, whose innovative and long-lasting contributions have benefited thousands.
04/18/13 Kauffman Index Codebook and Data Files Kauffman Index Codebook Version 2.0 Comma Delimited Format Data Files KIEA Data 1996 KIEA Data 1997
04/17/13 The Kauffman Index of Entrepreneurial Activity is a leading indicator of new business creation in the United States.
02/06/13 The Kauffman Foundation addresses challenges and opportunities in financing new and young companies at its fourth annual State of Entrepreneurship Address at the National Press Club in Washington.
11/01/12 In The Cost Disease: Why Computers Get Cheaper and Health Care Doesn't, the well-known economist William J. Baumol explores the causes of these seemingly intractable problems and offers a surprisingly simple explanation.
11/01/12 n The Half-Life of Facts: Why Everything We Know Has an Expiration Date, Samuel Arbesman, Kauffman Foundation senior scholar, explains that knowledge should never be assumed, and facts never taken for granted.
10/09/12 In the book, The Immigrant Exodus: Why America Is Losing the Global Race to Capture Entrepreneurial Talent, Vivek Wadhwa, a leading scholar and public voice on entrepreneurship and public policy, draws on fifty years of research and his new Kauffman Foundation report, "America's New Immigrant Entrepreneurs – Then and Now," to show that growth in immigrant entrepreneurship in the United States has peaked, is stagnating, and is on the verge of decline.
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