Resources and Publications
Resources and Publications
Resource and Publication
The use of localization barriers to trade, by numerous countries, threatens the global economy.
Congress needs to reauthorize the Federal Helium Program now in order to avoid idling a valuable public...
Neo-Luddites are once again blaming technology for job loss but the evidence shows they are wrong.
An infographic illustrating how to fund next-generation clean energy breakthroughs.
ITIF explains the difference between competitiveness, innovation and productivity in this policy memo.
The U.S. cloud computing industry could lose $22 to $35 billion over the next three years due to PRISM.
Policymakers should take measures to reduce spam and improve cybersecurity on the Internet.
ITIF proposes a solution to consistently fund next-generation clean energy breakthroughs.
ITIF, Heritage, and CAP propose a set of nonpartisan policy proposals for reforming the National Laboratories.
ITIF's choices for top tech and innovation books of 2013.
A book review of “To Save Everything, Click Here.”
Some advocacy groups seem to be more interested in fighting corporations and government than in enacting meaningful privacy laws.
An efficient, well-oiled energy innovation ecosystem includes and requires federal support across numerous development and technology pathways, which also support each other.
While the local news was raising "hacker" alarms, civic-minded programmers were making a difference at the National Day of Civic Hacking.
The book provides a compelling vision of how big data is changing how we use data, as well as the economic consequences of big data.
Bitcoin is larger than the currencies of 30-50 other nations, but it is still a long way from becoming the de facto global digital currency.
A collaborative trade relationship between the U.S. and India is in both parties' best interests.
U.S. economic politics is often framed as a clash between “Main Street” and multinationals, with the former hard working mom and pop owners and the latter controlled by profit-hungry tycoons. But this framing misses the point, what determines America’s position in the global economy is not whether Fred’s clothing shop sells more pants.
The reasons behind the lack of corporate support for federal technology initiatives.
There is a great disparity between the traditional broadband narrative and the American broadband reality.
Rob Atkinson spoke on a panel titled "Copyrights and innovation: Understanding the debate," hosted...
ITIF's Brake discussed the importance of spectrum policy to the LGBT community at an event hosted by...
The EAC and NIST are hosting the “Highlights of EAC Accessible Voting Research and the Impact on Elections”...
Stephen Ezell spoke at PlanSmart New Jersey’s Regional Planning Summit
Doug Brake spoke on a panel exploring the empirical data of next generation broadband deployment in the U.S....
Daniel Castro will discuss the use of the IoT to promote sustainable communities.
Matthew Stepp participated in a panel at the DOE National Laboratories at the annual Technology Transfer...
Doug Brake co-moderated Hot Technical Topics in Telecommunications and the Role of Technical Experts in...
Stephen Ezell presented at the Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Silicon Valley: Best Practices and...
Daniel Castro will speak about Internet governance in the global economy at an event sponsored by the U.S.-...
Val Giddings testifies before the New Jersey State Assembly on GMO labeling.
Labeling legislation is driven by fear, ideology and commercial interests not on a concern for consumers or...
ITIF responds to the Administration's request for comments on the Strategy for American Innovation.
ITIF files comments on effective universal service under a new Communications Act.
ITIF argues the FCC should develop flexible regulations under section 706.
ITIF cautions the FCC against encouraging inefficient use of public resources on municipal broadband...
ITIF filed comments with the FCC supporting a combined, larger company that can better serve consumers with...
ITIF files comments advocating for a flexible interconnection regime with the House Energy and Commerce...
The DOJ should rework these consent decrees to modernizing the way music copyrights are licensed in the...
Government data policy needs to balance privacy with innovation.
Conventional economics provides an increasingly poor guide for economic policy and should be replaced by an evolutionary economics framework.
Rob Atkinson contributed the chapter “Public Policy, Innovation and New Technologies” to the textbook "Guide to U.S. Economic Policy."
Robert Atkinson contributed the chapter “Innovation in Cities and Innovation by Cities” for the book "Creating Competitiveness: Entrepreneurship and Innovation Polices for Growth."
In a chapter for the new book Practicing Sustainability, Rob Atkinson wrote about sustainability from an innovation economics perspective.
"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.
Daniel Castro contributed a chapter titled “U.S. Federal Cybersecurity Policy” in the book "Cybersecurity: Public Sector Threats and Responses."
Rob Atkinson contributed a chapter titled chapter “Who’s Who in Internet Politics” for the book "The Next Digital Decade: Essays on the Future of the Internet."
Supply-Side Follies: Why Conservative Economics Fails, Liberal Economics Falters, and Innovation Economics is the Answer
Supply-Side Follies methodically debunks the common assumptions of conservative economics and demonstrates why it is a flawed doctrine that is setting up the U.S. for a major economic downturn in the near future.
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.