Baby Boomers have historically been active entrepreneurs, it is unclear how this trend will continue as they “retire”. This question has major implications for the economy and the health of the nation. We propose a “big data”, systems-based study of the sociospatial and biological factors that predict entrepreneurship in Baby Boomers as they age. More about the project >

The Boomers, Entrepreneurship, and Retirement 2030 research program has received funding from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation. The program has also received institutional funding from the University of Michigan Office of Research.