Contagious Entrepreneurship: People Who Know Entrepreneurs Are More Likely to Become Entrepreneurs, Kauffman Foundation Survey Shows

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Contagious Entrepreneurship: People Who Know Entrepreneurs Are More Likely to Become Entrepreneurs, Kauffman Foundation Survey Shows

Is entrepreneurship going viral? A recent Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation survey shows that it just might be – and that’s a good thing for the U.S. economy.

The new paper “Getting the Bug: Is (Growth) Entrepreneurship Contagious?” released today by the Kauffman Foundation presents the results of a survey of 2,000 Americans across the country, asking whether they knew entrepreneurs – both in general and specifically “growth” entrepreneurs whose ventures add more employment and wealth to the economy – and if they themselves were entrepreneurs.

From http://www.kauffman.org/

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