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The State of American Entrepreneurship: New Estimates of the Quantity and Quality of Entrepreneurship for 15 US States, 1988-2014

Jorge Guzman, Scott Stern

NBER Working Paper No. 22095
Issued in March 2016

---- Acknowledgements ----

We are thankful for comments and suggestions by Erik Brynjolffson, Ankur Chavda, Matthew Claudel, Catherine Fazio, Joshua Gans, John Haltiwanger, Bill Kerr, Fiona Murray, Abhishek Nagaraj, Roberto Rigobon, David Robinson, and Hal Varian, as well as seminar and conference participants at Duke University, Harvard Business School, University of Toronto, the University of Virginia, the Kauffman Foundation New Entrepreneurial Growth Conference, and the NBER Pre-Conference on Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth. We also thank Open Corporates for providing data for New York and Michigan, and to RJ Andrews for his development of the visualization approach. Jintao Chen and Ji Seok Kim provided excellent research assistance. Finally, we acknowledge and thank the Jean Hammond (1986) and Michael Krasner (1974) Entrepreneurship Fund and the Edward B. Roberts (1957) Entrepreneurship Fund at MIT, and the Kauffman Foundation for financial support. All errors and omissions are of course our own. The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.

---- Disclosure of Financial Relationships for Scott Stern ----

The author is the the Director of the NBER Innovation Policy Working Group. This author has drawn on the findings of this research for compensated speaking engagements and to offer policy advice in a number of settings, including through his work as the Faculty Director of the MIT Regional Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program.

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