The Langston University Bureau of Entrepreneurship Research

The Langston University Bureau of Entrepreneurship Research

The Langston University Bureau of Entrepreneurship Research (LUBER) is a non-profit, non-partisan research institute. The mission of LUBER is to produce interdisciplinary research that produces knowledge about entrepreneurship in the local, regional, national and global economy. LUBER is committed to producing unbiased scientific research in the form of policy briefs and working papers to disseminate among public policymakers, business professionals/practitioners and the academic community. LUBER also promotes research and professional development in entrepreneurship through conferences, seminars and workshops. Langston University faculty, external fellows and Langston University student research fellows are the primary producers of LUBER research. Key research areas include the causes/consequences of minority entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship and well-being, entrepreneurship and regulation, and the treatment effects of entrepreneurship training.

LUBER Publications

“Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Barriers and Entrepreneurship in Socially Disadvantaged Markets”  

Policy Briefs

Publications by Fellows

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