Christian Catalini, Catherine Fazio, Fiona MurrayDownload PDF
Considers whether equity crowdfunding under Title III of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act will open significant new capital markets for funding the “next billion-dollar startup” to the general public.
Catherine Fazio, Jorge Guzman, Fiona Murray, Scott SternDownload PDF
Builds on research conducted by Jorge Guzman (PhD ’17) and Scott Stern (David Sarnoff Professor of Management at MIT Sloan) to develop new, empirical measures of the rate of entrepreneurship that account for quality as well as quantity. With these new measures, it is now possible to see the rate at which high-potential growth startups are founded.
Developed through consultation with the MIT community, alumni, and partners. The final report documents the imperatives for the MIT Innovation Initiative today, as well as our aspirations.
Edward B. Roberts, Fiona Murray, J. Daniel KimDownload PDF
Outlining MIT’s global entrepreneurial impact, the report estimates that as of 2014, MIT alumni have launched 30,200 active companies, employing roughly 4.6 million people, and generating roughly $1.9 trillion in annual revenues — a figure greater than the gross domestic product (GDP) of the world’s 10th-largest economy.
Phil Budden, Fiona MurrayDownload PDF
A look at the variety of roles universities can play in leading and shaping their innovation ecosystems by exploring the case of MIT and Kendall Square.
How Singapore managed to shift its focus to an innovation-driven economy.