Resources and Publications
Resources and Publications
Resource and Publication
The Budget Control Act would be a hard hit to vital U.S. industries, competitiveness, and economic recovery.
Non-partisan report evaluates the candidates' positions on innovation-based policy.
Negotiations toward the TPP Agreement should conclude with a gold-standard trade agreement.
IT plays an important role in economic recovery.
The U.S. government should create and fund a research and development (R&D) roadmap for privacy.
Policymakers need to support research on spectrum to relieve capacity constraints.
New ARPA-E grants for natural gas vehicle technology development are both welcome and revealing
A five point framework for government agencies when making decisions about using taxpayer funds to support individual firms.
Creating a Morrill Act for the 21st century could solve some of the critical deficits in U.S. manufacturing sector and STEM fields.
The reported FTC/Google privacy settlement should remind regulators about the impact of fining companies for innocent mistakes that do not result in consumer harm.
Telecommuting and other ICT-enabled activities can help significantly reduce carbon emissions.
Based on ITIF’s reports, the unfortunate unemployment in life science and STEM fields has to do with inattention to public policies to keep the U.S. at the cutting edge of innovation.
The buzz created around the "Declaration of Internet Freedom" deserves further inspection.
Policymakers and advocates face a fundamental choice when it comes to green mercantilism.
If we want to restore American competitiveness it’s time to rethink programs designed to help Main Street small business, and how big business can drive real economic recovery.
"The Future of Video" hearing reopens the issues of cable carriers versus video providers and might be more of a discussion on the present situation rather than the future.
Presentation on adoption of IP practices and trade strategies in developed and developing nations at the CES-...
ITIF Senior Analyst Daniel Castro will be moderating the panel “Academics and Technologists Look at the...
ITIF Senior Analyst Stephen Ezell presented on the future of advanced manufacturing at the AAAS annual...
From an economic policy perspective, the focus should not be on intangible capital vs. tangible capital.
ITIF president Rob Atkinson will present on a panel at 2:35 PM on the effects of technology on industry.
Rob Atkinson will present a pragmatic road map for how the United States can regain an innovation advantage...
"Technologies that Energize Us" Panel: A Conversation with Matthew Stepp, Senior Policy Analyst, on...
Stephen Ezell, author of "Innovation Economics," will host a reception with the Policy Exchange in...
ITIF is co-hosting a roundtable discussion on Brazil’s new policies for science, technology, and innovation.
Rob Atkinson will moderate a panel on entrepreneurialism based around "Innovation Economics" at the...
Vermont's H112 should not be enacted because it is based on a misunderstanding about biotech crops.
Pressured or mandatory technology transfer by other nations has, is, and will continue to negatively impact...
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.