- How ITA Expansion Benefits the Chinese and Global Economies
- Why The Tax Reform Act of 2014 Should Expand, Not Cut, The R&D Tax Credit
- Understanding U.S. S&T Competitiveness: Rethinking NSF's S&E Indicators Report
- Do You Like Progress?
- An Innovation and Competitiveness-Centered Approach to Deficit Reduction
- Innovation Economics: The Race for Global Advantage
Comprehensively expanding the Information Technology Agreement (ITA) will significantly benefit China's economy and global IT innovation.
Although it contains many positive proposals, the Tax Reform Act of 2014 would reduce the effectiveness of R&D tax incentives.
NSF's new "Science and Engineering Indicators" presents a misleading view of U.S. tech-based competitiveness.
To understand where you stand on "progress," take a minute to answer ten multiple choice questions.
An innovative approach to cutting the budget deficit while also boosting growth.
"Innovation Economics: The Race for Global Advantage." This new book delivers a critical wake-up call: a fierce global race for innovation advantage is under way and the United States is running the risk of losing.