Your Assignment: Grow the Global Economy
Entrepreneurship education for all youth
This white paper, released at the 2013 World Economic Forum, demonstrates how entrepreneurship education is the fundamental tool for reversing the youth unemployment crisis globally.
Despite Recession, Youth Remain Interested in Entrepreneurship, Poll Shows
Philanthropy News Digest, November 17, 2010
The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation's Youth Entrepreneurship Survey 2010 found that 40 percent of youth between the ages of 8 and 24 would like to start a business in the future or already have done so, the same percentage as in a 2007 survey.
Educating the Next Wave of Entrepreneurs
Unlocking entrepreneurial capabilities to meet the global challenges of the 21st Century
A Report of the Global Education Initiative of the World Economic Forum
Youth Entrepreneurship in America: A Policymaker's Action Guide
Advancing Entrepreneurship Education
Jobs Created by Startup Companies Have Long-Lasting Economic Impact
Study by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation examines the impact that jobs generated by startups have on the economy.
Full Report - After Inception: How Enduring is Job Creation by Startups?