Beyond our extensive research, the Kauffman Foundation has developed and supported a variety of books, publications and other resources that furthers our work.
In this recorded webinar, Kauffman Foundation experts share data and insights on how growth entrepreneurship is faring in your city and state and get insights on how to strengthen growth entrepreneurship in your ecosystem.
High-growth firms are a rare phenomenon in entrepreneurship that have a big impact on the economy. This Entrepreneurship Policy Digest offers insights on how to create fertile ground for growth.
Understanding Entrepreneurship: Research and Resources from the Kauffman Foundation
A new Entrepreneurship Policy Digest examines if a more robust safety net to protect against risk would encourage more people to start companies.
The Good Economy, an e-book jointly published by the Kauffman Foundation and the Roosevelt Institute, asks how the new economy could evolve over the next 25 years and predicts a radical transformation of the U.S. economic system based on information technology, akin to late 19th century breakthroughs like the steam engine.
The Entrepreneurship Policy Map focuses on the policy needs of three stages of entrepreneurship: mew business creation, local small business activity, and, growing and high-growth firms.
Learn 10 attributes that surfaced from 35 interviews with EY emerging entrepreneurs — companies that are five years or younger with demonstrated rapid growth, who represent a diverse set of sectors.
Local policymakers are increasingly turning to entrepreneurship—a proven driver of economic growth and a catalyst of upward economic mobility.
How the Internet Became Commercial: Innovation, Privatization, and the Birth of a New Network describes how many of the key innovations that made this possible came from entrepreneurs and iconoclasts who were outside the mainstream—and how the commercialization of the Internet was by no means a foregone conclusion at its outset.
The Growthology blog focuses on the links between entrepreneurship, economic welfare and economic growth.
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