Resources and Publications
Resources and Publications
Resource and Publication
Policy should be reformed to better integrate the national labs with regional economies.
ITIF presents a framework for evaluating and resolving cross-border Internet policy conflicts.
This report provides a snapshot of states’ efforts to create open data policies and portals.
The U.S. Export-Import Bank remains vital to supporting America's traded sector competitiveness.
The Chinese government has created a broad strategy to “informatize” its economy and society.
The future economic health of the U.S. economy will depend on the strength of its national innovation system.
When implemented properly, de-identification can enable the benefits of data analytics without threats to...
The State New Economy Index uses 25 indicators to measure the extent to which state economies are knowledge-...
ITIF’s annual review of books covering technology and innovation issues.
Europe's increasing productivity gap with the U.S. can be addressed by taking better advantage of ICT.
Policymakers should focus on fostering the Internet of Things through policies that promote innovation and flexibility.
EU Guidelines for “Right to Be Forgotten” Harm Transparency and Represent a Vast Overreach on Internet Policy
New guidance for the Right to be Forgotten could have global effects.
Congress needs to pass the Internet Tax Freedom Act (ITFA).
Effort would invade privacy, extend government overreach, and hurt US tech companies.
The R&D credit is an essential component for US innovation and growth.
Using any form of Title II to implement net neutrality would hamper innovation and investment.
New research confirms robots aren't stealing jobs in developing countries either.
Comparisons to electricity and cable TV are off base.
The negative effects of data privacy could outweigh benefits.
We need a middle ground approach to international Internet policy.
Daniel Castro spoke on the topic of "How the Internet is Creating Opportunities for Latinos" at...
Senior Analyst Daniel Castro will discuss the trade-offs involved in COPPA as a part of the panel discussion.
Senior Analysts, Stephen Ezell and Matthew Stepp present on innovation policy at the Center for Clean Air...
ITIF president Rob Atkinson gave the keynote address at an innovation policy forum presented by the Institute...
Robert Atkinson presented "Brazil in the Global Innovation System" at conferences in Sao Paulo and...
Richard Bennett will discuss the transition to all-IP networks as part of the panel discussion "...
Richard Bennett will present on a panel on the IP transition.
Stephen Ezell presented on strengthening the US-EU Collaboration to the EU-NJ Business Forum on Technology...
Daniel Castro will be part of the EAC discussion on the results of grant funded work and recent innovations...
Stephen Ezell presented on the importance of the global innovation and competitiveness race at the 2013...
Testimony before the U.S. International Trade Commission making the case for the expansion of the ITA.
COPPA restricts the development of a robust Internet ecosystem for children and should not be strengthened.
Strong leadership in cloud computing is necessary to remain globally competitive, advance technology in the...
The FCC should not extend its authority to regulate the software installed on mobile devices.
The implications for the U.S. economy as a result of China's strategic decisions should be clear.
Testimony before House Energy and Commerce Committee on U.S. manufacturing.
House Subcommittee Testimony Avoiding the Spectrum Crunch: Growing the Wireless Economy through Innovation
Spectrum policy needs to realign spectrum into a smaller number of larger allocations for general-purpose...
ITIF comments on the NTIA multistakeholder process to develop consumer data privacy codes of conduct.
The tax code should reduce ineffective exemptions and incentives while expanding effective ones focused on...
Regulators should create policies that protect privacy while minimizing burdens on businesses.
Taking into account the historical record, the book discusses the shortcomings of prevailing liberal and conservative economic doctrines and lays out a new growth economics agenda aimed at maximizing the productivity and innovation-enhancing forces of the New Economy.