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According to a new paper on ‘expeditionary economics’ by the Kauffman Foundation, the United States should establish a new school of military government focused on creating a scalable cadre of nation-building experts.
Recognizing the urgency to kick-start the economy through entrepreneurship, the Kauffman Foundation sponsored the latest issue of Democracy--a Journal of Ideas to examine how the government can promote firm formation and growth.
The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation has recognized an important player in entrepreneurship education. It has awarded a grant to The Launch Pad, the entrepreneurship resource component of the Toppel Career Center at the University of Miami that helps students explore and launch new firms while...
U2's Bono is the only one championing the cause of startups in the fight for poverty reduction and sustainable economic growth--and it isn't restricted to Africa or emerging economies either. A new study by the Goldwater Institute points to a "strong connection between a state's rate of entrepreneurship and declines in poverty"--put simply, more entrepreneurs equals less poverty.
PDE staff were on hand last week for a conference to discuss the priorities of the upcoming G8 conference in Italy, including the global economic crisis. Ourreport of the event, hosted by the Centerfor Strategic & International Studies and the Italian Embassy, follows: This...
Click the image above for an interactive set of graphics displaying the data According to the Kauffman Index of Entrepreneurial Activity, a study that measures the percentage of the adult, non-business-owner population that starts a business each month, 2009 has had the highest level of entrepreneurial activity...
At yesterday’s White House “Jobs Summit”, Kauffman Foundation president and CEO Carl Schramm laid out five strategies to boost entrepreneurship and create jobs. Schramm, an economist, author on entrepreneurship and former entrepreneur, joined about 130 business leaders, economists and CEOs from across the United States...
The SBA’s Office of Advocacy invites proposals in one or more of the following areas:
Research on Small Business and Access to Credit
Research on the Importance of Entrepreneurship to the Economy
“In addition to increasing knowledge about small business in general, these areas are noteworthy because...
Venturebeat.com had an interesting guest column last week by Jeff
Bussgang, a General Partner at Flybridge Capital Partners. In “Who will
champion entrepreneurship in Washington?” Bussgang reflects on
President Obama’s speech on Iraq, where he declared that “Our most
urgent task is to restore our economy and put the millions of Americans
who have lost their jobs back to work…We must unleash…innovation…and
nurture the ideas the spring from our entrepreneurs.”
According to a new paper from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, development spearheaded by entrepreneurs and startups could create a "virtuous circle" of growth and reform to overcome violence and weak governance in Pakistan and other fragile states where traditional development programs have failed.
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