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Kauffman Foundation Study Examines Economic Impact of MIT-Alum Companies

A study released this week by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation examines the economic effect of companies founded by Massachusetts Institute of Technology alumni and the school's entrepreneurial ecosystem.

The study demonstrates the critical role universities play in fostering innovation and entrepreneurial growth and stimulating regional and global economies, Kauffman said.

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