Survey: The Strength of Entrepreneurship

Posted on September 18, 2015 by Kathy Hoekstra

A new survey concludes the strongest element to our nation's economy is entrepreneurship.

Job Creators Network and its members are strong believers in the can-do attitude of Americans and an entrepreneurial spirit that propelled our nation into prosperity.

But it’s not just us. According to a new study of Harvard Business School alumni, entrepreneurship is the strongest element of the national economy, followed by capital markets, universities and innovation.

The opposite end of the spectrum are many of the government policies we believe hurt jobs and job creation, wages and families – health care, regulatory burdens, tax burdens and lack of startup capital:

sep_businessTo learn more about the report titled “The Challenge of Shared Prosperity,” check out this post by the Kauffman Foundation.