Resources and Publications
Resources and Publications
Resource and Publication
The diversity of products utilizing the Internet of Things are making a significant impact on the economy and...
An Alternative to Mercantilism: Manufacturing Extension Services in Latin American and Caribbean Countries
SME manufacturing extension programs are boosting innovation and growth in Latin American and Caribbean...
Policymakers should do more to spur data-driven innovation in both the public and private sectors.
Advancing globally, cost-competitive clean energy solutions to climate change requires a shift from a...
We need an “innovation economics” approach to the budget that spurs growth through increased investments,...
The EU-U.S. T-TIP Agreement will only be fully successful if it fully maximizes innovation.
A thorough analysis of capital investment over the past three decades uncovers several troubling trends.
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.
How the "Phone Phreaks" model is a good example for inspiring interest and experimentation in STEM students today.
The Sequester is about to deliver another kick in the teeth to American competitiveness: it’s going to sharply reduce our ability to measure it.
The Clean Energy Manufacturing Initiative is a significant first step on the path to a robust U.S. clean energy manufacturing sector.
Cheryl Martin reflects on ARPA-E’s perspective on the role of states in energy innovation.
ARPA-E's Cheryl Martin covers a pervasive issue in innovation policy: linking research and emerging technologies to market.
Laboratories or retirement communities, it's time to choose.
Energy innovation investment within the Department of Energy is down more than 5 percent since FY2012.
In a piece for Reuters, Stephen Ezell reflects on India's need to focus on boosting domestic employment by increasing across-the-board productivity growth.
If the IMF is truly committed to open trade and market-oriented policies it will need to make rolling back Chinese mercantilism a top goal.
The ruling in Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley and Sons will make price discrimination difficult for non-digital goods.
Daniel Castro will speak at the Association of Public Data Users 2014 Annual Conference.
Stephen Ezell spoke at PlanSmart New Jersey’s Regional Planning Summit
Government data policy needs to balance privacy with innovation.
The Center for Data Innovation's Recommendations to the Senate Finance Committee on Health Data...
Bipartisan effort will be key to saving Social Security.