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Debate over use of third-party cookies shows limits of proposed privacy legislation.
Enough with the Politeness: China’s “Innovation Mercantilism” Threatens the World Economy, and Washington Needs to Speak Up
U.S. needs to take more action domestically and internationally to contain Chinese trade practices that could harm the global trading system.
The next ten and half months hold little promise of Congress producing a coherent national clean energy strategy.
The FY2013 proposal would increase top-line investments in key DOE energy innovation-related offices.
ITIF takes on Christina Romer’s argument the United States does not need a national manufacturing strategy.
If we’ve come this far (or low) that a policy to help ALL manufacturers is industrial policy, then essentially neoclassical economists are saying that all policies need to be completely neutral between industries.
Privacy advocates continue to inflate criticism as Google changes its privacy settings.
ITIF affirmed it praise for the President's focus on competitiveness but makes the case for more robust R&D, tax, trade and energy.
It's time for many to stop circulating the myth technology will destroy jobs. Technology actually has the opposite effect on productivity and job growth.
A weaker dollar could help U.S. manufacturers become more competitive and keep jobs at home.