Resources and Publications
Resources and Publications
Resource and Publication
India best grows its economy by embracing an across-the-board productivity growth strategy.
Although it contains many positive proposals, the Tax Reform Act of 2014 would reduce the effectiveness of R...
ITIF analyzes specific public statements surrounding GMOs, their accuracy and the implications for public...
Comprehensively expanding the Information Technology Agreement (ITA) will significantly benefit China's...
NSF's new "Science and Engineering Indicators" presents a misleading view of U.S. tech-based...
Review of the new book "The Second Machine Age" by Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee.
Lowering both the statutory and effective corporate tax rates will spur investment and U.S. competitiveness.
India’s Preferential Market Access policy is poised to damage the Indian and broader global economy.
Maximizing global innovation requires a new approach to global trade and economic policy.
The origins of many technologies can be traced to an initial investment of U.S. federal research and...
The upcoming hearing on the DMCA is an opportunity to discuss voluntary initiatives for curbing copyright infringement.
To meet his progressive agenda NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio must harness the power of data.
While there's much to like in the President's FY 2015 budget, it still underinvests significantly in U.S. competitiveness and innovation.
Netflix's interconnection deal with Comcast should be celebrated as the appropriate commercial deal it is, not confused with net neutrality.
Organic growers seek to make neighbors pay to solve problem they created for themselves.
Protectionism remains a major impediment to economic growth and free trade, making the TPP a very big deal.
Robert Gordon’s growth predictions continue to miss the point about technological change.
It’s time we all calmed down and had a rational discussion about the Comcast, Time Warner Merger.
In a guest post, Roslyn Layton assesses the shortcomings of European broadband while reiterating America's successes.
Despite the praise for the GSP's ability to promote economic growth in developing countries, it has evolved into a free pass for nations with egregious trade mercantilist practices that hurt U.S. companies and U.S. jobs.
Stephen Ezell spoke at PlanSmart New Jersey’s Regional Planning Summit
Daniel Castro will discuss the use of the IoT to promote sustainable communities.
Testimony before the House Subcommittee on Intellectual Property Competition and the Internet.
The report on privacy provides many useful recommendations, but falls short in a number of areas.
ITIF Senior Analyst Daniel Castro's testimony before the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on...
ITIF files reply comments with the FCC in the “Two Questions Inquiry” on managed services and wireless net...
ITIF argues that unchecked digital piracy is a threat to the economic welfare of the United States and that...
Regulators should encourage the development of high-functioning, efficient networks with transparent terms of...
Creating a protected market for certain video navigation devices does not advance the goal of consumer choice.
ITIF filed reply comments with the FCC today on the question of reclassifying the broadband and mobile...
ITIF urges the FCC to rely on consumers to gauge the quality of mobile broadband.
Richard Bennett argues the FCC should not reclassify broadband.