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  • 1.  Datasets?

    Posted 08-01-2021 17:03
    Dear ENTREP listserv friends,

    A few colleagues (Jared Allen, Regan Stevenson, Ernest O'Boyle) and I were trying to wrap our minds around the options for publicly available datasets that might include entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship-related phenomena (e.g., https://ent.aom.org/ourlibrary/new-item).

    Here is what we have so far (see below).

    What ones are we missing? I am happy to compile a list and share back... 

    Best, Jeff



    THE COMPARATIVE IMMIGRANT ENTREPRENEURSHP PROJECT (CIEP) - https://cmd.princeton.edu/publications/data-archives/ciep 
    INDICATORS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP - https://indicators.kauffman.org/data-downloads 
    NATIONAL LONGITUDINAL SURVEY of YOUTH (NLSY) - https://www.bls.gov/nls/ 
    ANNUAL SURVEY OF ENTREPRENEURS (ASE) - https://www.census.gov/programs-surveys/ase.html 
    SURVEY OF BUSINESS OWNERS AND SELF-EMPLOYED PERSONS (SBO) - https://www.census.gov/programs-surveys/sbo.html 


    Jeff Pollack, Ph.D. (he/him/his)
    University Faculty Scholar
    Management, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship Department
    Poole College of Management

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