CRIW: Measuring Entrepreneurial Businesses

John C. Haltiwanger, Erik Hurst, Javier Miranda, and Antoinette Schoar, Organizers

December 16-17, 2014

Washington, DC

Conference Code of Conduct

Tuesday, December 16
John C. Haltiwanger, University of Maryland and NBER
Ron S. Jarmin, U.S. Census Bureau
Robert Kulick, NERA Economic Consulting
Javier Miranda, Friedrich-Schiller University

High Growth Young Firms: Contribution to Job Growth, Revenue Growth and Productivity
Scott Stern, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and NBER
Jorge Guzman, Columbia University and NBER

Nowcasting and Placecasting Entrepreneurial Quality and Performance
Christopher Goetz, US Census Bureau
Henry R. Hyatt, U.S. Census Bureau
Erika McEntarfer, U.S. Census Bureau
Kristin Sandusky, U.S. Census Bureau

New Public Use Data to Study Entrepreneurship from Linked Employer-Employee Data
Steven N. Kaplan, University of Chicago and NBER
Josh Lerner, Harvard University and NBER

Venture Capital Data: Opportunities and Challenges
Arthur Kennickell, Stone Center, CUNY Graduate Center
Myron L. Kwast, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Jonathan Pogach, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Small Businesses and Small Business Finance During the Financial Crisis and the Great Recession: New Evidence From the Survey of Consumer Finances
J. David Brown, U.S. Census Bureau
John S. Earle, George Mason University
Yana Morgulis, University of California at San Diego

Job Creation, Small vs. Large vs. Young, and the SBA
Erik Hurst, University of Chicago and NBER
Benjamin Pugsley, University of Notre Dame

Wealth, Tastes, and Entrepreneurial Choice
Victor Bennett, Duke University
Megan Lawrence, Harvard University
Raffaella Sadun, Harvard University and NBER

Are Founder CEOs Good Managers?
Rebecca Zarutskie, Federal Reserve Board
Tiantian Yang, Duke University

How Did Young Firms Fare During the Great Recession? Evidence from the Kauffman Firm Survey
Sari Kerr, Wellesley College
William R. Kerr, Harvard University and NBER

Immigrant Entrepreneurship