YourEconomy recognized as one of the top 10 resources available in the US valuable to entrepreneur-led development
“For years, first with the national Center for Rural Entrepreneurship and now e2 Entrepreneurial Ecosystems, we have extensively used the resources of YourEconomy Time Series database. Information from this remarkable resource is employed in our analysis with rural communities and regions. We have also worked with the YourEconomy team on customized analysis. Last year we recognized YourEconomy as one of the top 10 resources available in the United States valuable to entrepreneur-led development.” – Don Macke, Vice President at e2 Entrepreneurial Ecosystems
Research Conducted Using YTS Data
BDRC Economic Recovery Report
The BDRC Economic Recovery Report offers an intimate look at the COVID-19 pandemic’s effects in its first year as a baseline and will continue to monitor critical trends on an ongoing basis.
Private Equity Creates Jobs in Key Legislators Districts
BENJAMIN GLICK Associate, Marketing and Communications, ACG Global
Data shows PE-backed businesses outperform in districts of House Financial Services Committee members.
Entrepreneurial Ecosystems in Appalachia
EntreWorks Consulting, the Center for Regional Economic Competitiveness, and the Center for Rural Entrepreneurship on behalf of the Appalachian Regional Commission
Entrepreneurial Ecosystems in Appalachia is a collection of entrepreneurship research, case studies, and data from EntreWorks Consulting, the Center for Regional Economic Competitiveness, and the Center for Rural Entrepreneurship on behalf of the Appalachian Regional Commission.
Business Employment Data: YTS Versus CES and CPS
Gary Kunkle, PhD; Senior Research Fellow
This paper compares a leading private sector source of business establishment data, Your-economy Time-Series (YTS), with two employment datasets released by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) – the Current Employment Statistics (CES) and the Current Population Survey (CPS).
How Technology-Based Start-Ups Support Economic Growth
J. John Wu and Robert D. Atkinson
Policymakers should focus on spurring high-growth, technology-based start-ups. These firms, by definition, seek to grow; they offer better-paying jobs; and they are almost always in export-based industries and help U.S. competitiveness.