Tag: Research

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Setting the Stage for Startup Success
Setting the Stage for Startup Success » Now more than ever, American entrepreneurs see good business opportunities around them. So, what will it take for them to act on it—and to be successful?
Starting but Not Scaling
Starting but Not Scaling » The Babson-sponsored U.S. Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) report tells us that significant numbers of entrepreneurs are of diverse ethnicities, but that this isn’t the case for established business owners. Do these entrepreneurs have the resources they need during the critical intervening stages between startup to success?
Looking for a Stock Tip? Invest in Entrepreneurs
Looking for a Stock Tip? Invest in Entrepreneurs » Entrepreneurs take the long view when leading companies, says Babson Professor Joel Shulman. That way of thinking produces results for their companies and the people who invest in them.
On the Road to Research, a Welcome Stop-off for Feedback and Fellowship
On the Road to Research, a Welcome Stop-off for Feedback and Fellowship » Babson’s Faculty Research Day promotes important studies while helping faculty make essential connections.
Women Weigh Risks and Rewards When Faced with Entrepreneurial Opportunity
Women Weigh Risks and Rewards When Faced with Entrepreneurial Opportunity » The 2017 Babson-sponsored U.S. Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) report finds that 59 percent of women entrepreneurs perceive opportunity, the highest rate ever recorded, but their entrepreneurial intentions are not trending upward—yet.
How Can We Activate Entrepreneurs at Any Age?
How Can We Activate Entrepreneurs at Any Age? » The latest U.S. Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) report tells us that entrepreneurial activity is happening across the entire age spectrum. So why is it lowest among youth and seniors?
Entrepreneurship Research and Why it Matters
Entrepreneurship Research and Why it Matters » For 20 years, the Babson-sponsored Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) has raised awareness about the power of entrepreneurship to create economic and social value, and hopes to continue to enact change in the way entrepreneurs are supported worldwide.
Use of Open Educational Resources on the Rise
Use of Open Educational Resources on the Rise » Awareness of open educational resources (OER) among U.S. higher education teaching faculty has increased by 12 percentage points during the past three years.
Entrepreneurship: An American Obsession?
Entrepreneurship: An American Obsession? » Thirty million Americans are starting new businesses, and the majority of U.S. adults see good entrepreneurial opportunities around them, according to the latest Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) U.S. Report.
Facing the Ethics of AI
Facing the Ethics of AI » Professor Clare Gillan and Craig Wing MBA'10 both voice concerns about the brave new ethical dilemmas posed by AI and other emerging technologies—as well as hope that such technologies will ultimately lead to a more equitable future.