Resources and Publications
Resources and Publications
Resource and Publication
A mix of unlicensed and licensed spectrum is well grounded in Ronald Coase's economic pragmatism.
Despite modest growth, U.S. manufacturing is not experiencing a renaissance.
Productivity growth is needed to ensure a robust economy that benefits the average American worker.
Megan Nicholson assesses the proposed FAIR Act's energy innovation shortcomings.
It makes no sense to rail against iPhones over their energy consumption. Instead we should focus our efforts on developing next generation energy innovations.
The post-PRISM push for voluntary collection of personal data by the private sector has the potential to disrupt economic and social benefits of the data-driven economy as well as harm real reform in government.
Intellectual Property (IP) protections and enforcement provisions remain to be negotiated for a TPP Deal, so why hurry?
In the second post in a two part response to Susan Crawford’s attack on his New York Times op-ed “No Country for Slow Broadband,” Richard Bennett deconstructs Crawford’s analytical errors.
Scientific Researchers at Asian Universities Attracting More Industry Funding than American Counterparts
University scientific researchers from many Asian nations are attracting substantially more industry funding per researcher than their American counterparts claims a new report released last week.
In part one of a four part series, Salt Lake City’s Energy Commercialization Center provides a comprehensive summary of ITIF Senior Analysts tour of SLC’s energy innovation ecosystem.
In part two of a four part series, ITIF Senior Analyst Matthew Stepp provides an overview of some of the major energy innovations under development at the Department of Energy’s National Laboratory system.
Localization barriers to trade constitute a distinct and rapidly growing class of trade barriers that seek to impose location-specific conditions on global production, procurement, investment, and data flows.
Chile’s Innovation Council drafts a new strategy for competitiveness.
How Canada's Policies Impact American Innovation and Competitiveness
This panel discussion investigated methods for speeding the path from research to market.
Matthew Stepp gave a speech at the 2013 Regional Meeting of the Federal Laboratory Consortium in Leesburg, VA.
Daniel Castro will speak at a webinar for the Association of Public Data Users on “Public Policy...
Stephen Ezell participated in a panel on Electronic Commerce and Data Privacy at the Frontiers of Economic...
Robert Atkinson presented on IT policy issues at this event sponsored by the Copenhagen Business School.
A panel of experts discusses the truths and misconceptions of the DCMA.
Stephen Ezell led a workshop on value-driven service innovation at the Said Business School.
Atkinson gave the keynote address at Tecnomanagement 2013, one of Mexico’s largest technology conferences.
This event, hosted by the European Institute and the Embassy of Belgium, will analyze the use of tax reforms...
Communications Act Update provides opportunity to reform spectrum policy and unlock capacity to fuel wireless...
The FTC should avoid unnecessarily regulating predictive analytics and the underlying data. Instead, it...
The U.S. decision to forgo oversight of Internet governance has inherent risks.
Data has the potential to improve economic growth and quality of life but only if we get the policies right.
ITIF testifies in Vermont against legislation sought by organic advocates to grow their market by misleading...
ITIF opposes misguided efforts to ban an enviroinmentally superior new biotech variety of grass.
ITIF testimony before the MD Legislature shows legislation to mandate labels for genetically improved foods...
Mandatory GMO Labeling legislation proposed in MD would undermine the objectives it seeks to advance.
Stephen Ezell testifies that India's innovation mercantilist policies damage India's, America'...
ITIF urged an update to the Communications Act that will sustain the amazing innovation in our networks and...