Resources and Publications
Resources and Publications
Resource and Publication
ITIF dismantles the top ten myths in the climate change debate.
A new study shows H-1B visas for foreign professionals actually promote U.S. high tech employment.
Reauthorizing the American COMPETES Act provides an opportunity for Congress to strengthen U.S. clean energy...
The FCC's Summer 2010 report on the state of mobile competition in the U.S. fails to appreciate just how...
Before allowing states to tax online sales, Congress should first require states to eliminate protectionist...
ITIF President Rob Atkinson offers a response to an article by Greg Tassey on revitalizing U.S. manufacturing.
ITIF outlines five principles to guide lawmakers in crafting a COMPETES reauthorization.
While the U.S. can and should improve access to broadband, a lack of competition is not the problem.
In the city of the future, bridges will talk to engineers, roads will control cars, and parking spots will...
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.
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...
Rob Atkinson will moderate a panel discussion will address challenges and possibilities for the future of...
Val Giddings will present on at the Food Policy and Impact conference on the panel "GMO Labeling and...
Event on "Innovation Economics" at GMU Center for Science and Technology Policy.
Rob Atkinson will provide the luncheon keynote at the Washington Innovation Summit.
Undue regulation would hamper public benefit of patient-generated health data.
Limiting the collection of geo-location data by third parties for commercial use stifles innovation.
ITIF amicus brief asks U.S. Supreme Court to clarify the treatment of WiFi under the Wiretap Act.
The U.S. decision to forgo oversight of Internet governance has inherent risks.