Research

GIEE is addressing the dearth of research on an "Experienced Economy." We collected  and are aggregating data from each of our global senior and intergenerational entrepreneurship summits in Dublin, London, Brussels, New York, Phoenix, Washington, DC, St. Louis, Australia, New Zealand and Santiago, Chile.

In addition, GIEE is designing research in collaboration with the Gerontological Society of America (GSA), Babson College, Washington University at St. Louis, and the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM).

We will be publishing our research results on this site, as well as highlighting independent research reports. Still, more needs to be done and we are eager to collaborate with others to measure the social and economic impact.

Senior Entrepreneurship: The New Normal
Oxford University Press, "Public Policy & Aging Report"
November 2014

The world has changed for seniors and they, in turn, are changing the world. Today's 50+ year-olds who have been given the gift of an additional 20–30 years of longevity and good health and are creating businesses of their own—from micro- to multimillion dollar ventures. They are building everything from glue gun to technology-driven businesses. The senior entrepreneur has...

eProvStudio: An Introduction to Entrepreneurship for 50+ Year-Olds Totally Intimidated by the Word Entrepreneur
Oxford University Press, "Public Policy & Aging Report"
November 2014

eProv Studio workshops combine the art of improvisation with entrepreneurial thinking and acting skills to stimulate mind-opening, interactive exercises to help 50+ year olds think differently, explore new opportunities, embrace possibilities of what could be next in their additional 20–30 years of life, and act on those possibilities.

 

Empowering Cross-generational Experience