Regulators continue to downplay the deleterious impacts of their rules.
Demographics and Entrepreneurship blog series: Louder applause plus less regulation equals greater entrepreneurship
Tax policy is the most efficient way to incentivize high-growth entrepreneurship and access to finance.
Demographics and Entrepreneurship blog series: Spurring entrepreneurship through capital gains tax reform
Capital gains taxes reduce the return entrepreneurs and investors receive when selling a new technology or business.
When taxes on investment returns are very high, the negative consequences, compounded over time, can be dramatic.
Demographics and Entrepreneurship blog series: Entry rates for startups are falling, due partly to demography
Startup businesses often introduce new products and new ways of doing business into the economy.
Demographics and Entrepreneurship blog series: The connection between entrepreneurship and prosperity
The entrepreneur played a prominent role in the work of the classical economists, particularly in the French tradition.
The percentage of the U.K population between the ages of 30 and 39 is expected to decline to around 12 per cent by the 2040s.
Demographics and Entrepreneurship blog series: Understanding how demographics adversely affect entrepreneurship
Crucially, creativity is maximized in early adulthood and declines afterward.
The share of Canadians between the ages of 30 and 39 has declined 16.6 per cent since the 1980s.