Resources and Publications
Resources and Publications
Resource and Publication
ITIF explains the difference between competitiveness, innovation and productivity in this policy memo.
The U.S. cloud computing industry could lose $22 to $35 billion over the next three years due to PRISM.
Policymakers should take measures to reduce spam and improve cybersecurity on the Internet.
ITIF proposes a solution to consistently fund next-generation clean energy breakthroughs.
ITIF, Heritage, and CAP propose a set of nonpartisan policy proposals for reforming the National Laboratories.
ITIF's choices for top tech and innovation books of 2013.
All but “final mile” mail delivery should be opened up to private competition.
ITIF presents a rebuttal of the Economic Policy Institute's analysis of the STEM workforce.
3D printing is a new technology that raises old policy questions.
This fact sheet lists 53 documented economic benefits of IT, from jobs and output to competitiveness and...
Efforts to link interconnection with net neutrality are misleading and harmful to the policy debate.
Net neutrality rules being proposed by the FCC will promote innovation and consumer protection.
This measure will reduce, not enhance, consumer knowledge and raise food prices.
Increasing the R&D tax credit will boost economic and job growth.
Let’s all take a deep breath and say “Change is happening…. like it has for the last 250 years.”
Technology and automation actually boost economic and job growth.
China's impending eclipse of the U.S. as the world's largest economy carries a number of potentially disturbing consequences.
Indian economic policy should focus on facilitating productivity- and innovation-based growth in all sectors.
USTR places India on its 2014 Special 301 Priority Watch List due to continuing IPR concerns.
The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) released its annual Special 301 Report with 37 countries cited for ineffective protection of intellectual property.
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.
ITIF recommends phasing out Universal Service and ICC subsidies and replacing them with a rural broadband...
Further testing will determine the feasibility of LightSquared operation in the lower 10 MHz of their...
Rob Atkinson urges tax fairness for digital goods in Congressional testimony.
ITIF submits public comments in response to the Department of Energy’s Quadrennial Technology Review.
The Census Bureau should allow individuals to submit their responses online and adapt to current technology...
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...
Supply-Side Follies methodically debunks the common assumptions of conservative economics and demonstrates why it is a flawed doctrine that is setting up the U.S. for a major economic downturn in the near future.
Taking into account the historical record, the book discusses the shortcomings of prevailing liberal and conservative economic doctrines and lays out a new growth economics agenda aimed at maximizing the productivity and innovation-enhancing forces of the New Economy.