What effect do entrepreneurship programmes have in developing countries? Researchers from Bocconi University discuss the impact of soft-skills training for microentrepreneurs in Jamaica.
Researchers from Bocconi University outline the first steps of their randomised controlled trial into the effects of a scientific approach on entrepreneurial experimentation, funded by the IGL Grants Programme.
Read the first blog from an IGL funded trial into the effects of online-based entrepreneurship programmes from the Danish Foundation for Entrepreneurship.
Michael Leatherbee explores whether structured accountability can drive performance in a trial funded by IGL.
An IGL funded trial, carried out by the NBER, explores the impact of matching grants and promoting high impact entrepreneurship in Mexico.
The data revolution is transforming our economy and society, from the way we shop to the way we date. But what about Research, Innovation and Growth policy? Juan Mateos-Garcia summarises his session from IGL2017.
Imagine you had $10 million to develop a new programme or policy instrument to support innovation, entrepreneurship or business growth. Given carte blanche, what would you spend it on?
Last December we co-hosted our winter Research Meeting at Harvard Business School, together with Professors Karim Lakhani and Rembrand Koning. Over 50 researchers were welcomed for a day packed with eight presentations of early-stage, ongoing and completed randomised controlled trials (RCTs).
365 days ago IGL was born. We launched IGL with the aim of contributing to make innovation and growth policy much more experimental. A question many people ask is why this is important (and what we are doing about it).