Resources and Publications
Blogs & Op-eds
Washington Post gadget blogger Rob Pegoraro finds fault with video phones but rejects the means to make them work better.
ITIF Senior Analyst Stephen Ezell anticipates the vote on the America COMPETES Reauthorization Act in the House of Representatives.
ITIF Senior Analyst Daniel Castro discusses the principal recommendations and themes of the Department of Commerce report on privacy.
ITIF Senior Analyst Daniel Castro reviews a ruling that provisions of the Stored Communications Act allowing law enforcement access to email without a warrant are unconstitutional.
Hundreds of leading thinkers, scientists, public officials, and innovators gathered in Washington, D.C., to initiate a conversation on a new policy paradigm.
America is built around innovation. Everywhere that is, except in energy. It’s time to change that.
A new analysis of where clean energy technologies are being invented provides a "gut check" of where the U.S. ranks and what other countries are doing to leapfrog forward.
Rob Atkinson argues that it's not too late for the United States to resurrect its industrial capabilities.
As the contactless mobile payments market in China begins to rev up, the United States increasingly risks being passed by.
The thoughtful and spirited debate between ITIF Clean Energy Analyst Matthew Stepp and the Coalition for Green Capital continues.