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In addition to the standard lack of specifics, the third debate saw unfortunate mention of basic research.
The United States should welcome Greenfield FDI, but most FDI is not Greenfield.
The U.S. economy does compete with other nations for high value-added production and losing the race means a stagnant economy.
Electrifying the transportation system is a promising way of accomplishing this and significant innovations in EVs have already been made, but more is needed less EVs will remain a niche good.
The United States must triple its investments in innovation to make clean energy cheap and competitive everywhere. It must aggressively fight international green mercantilism to level the playing field.
The current economic debate - more stimulus or more austerity - misses the point.
The widespread use of information and communications technology is a major driver of economic growth.
Despite energy and the economy being focuses of the second presidential debate, it lacked serious discussion.
ITIF highlights three important takeaways from the bankruptcy of battery maker A123.
As clean energy innovation continues to progress, further opportunities will arise to comprehensively integrate DOD's innovation ecosystems into a coordinated national energy innovation strategy.