Resources and Publications
Resources and Publications
Resource and Publication
Is the demand of American and European consumers for organic foods a good thing? In this WebMemo ITIF looks...
The re-authorization of the America COMPETES Act will help foster innovation and American global...
With increasing employment is the number one goal in Washington, policy makers should look to IT as a major...
If self-service technology were more widely deployed, the economy would be approximately $130 billion larger...
ITIF reviews the evolution of the Internet economy into a transformational part of daily life and a trillion...
ITIF outlines eight ideas to improve the U.S. innovation system.
ITIF identifies strengths and weaknesses of the open government initiative and recommends how to make more...
ITIF recommends a light touch of regulation and a heavy dose of spectrum to facilitate the growth of the...
Expanding the R&D credit would spur job creation and innovation.
This new report takes a detailed look at how Japan, South Korea, Singapore and other countries apply...
Regulations for the direct-to-consumer market must encourage not hamper innovation.
Why is the OECD so worried about R&D tax credits?
Much-needed legislation in the Digital Trade Act of 2013 would protect the Internet from restrictive measures that obstruct the free flow of data in the global economy.
The TPP can set a standard for future trade agreements, but implementing the wrong policies could do more harm than good.
The Internet of Things is transforming how we work and live.
The benefits of economic growth are widely shared but not as widely as they could be, says a new paper.
China’s use of innovation mercantilism is hurting the global economy.
Sustaining Moore’s Law is critical to the continued growth and competitiveness of the U.S. Economy.
A series of planning failures is placing critical weather data applications at risk.
The main economic theories in the budget debate don’t diagnose the problem correctly and prescribe the wrong solutions.
ITIF Senior Analyst Daniel Castro will discuss mobile applications and the state of Internet privacy.
Rob Atkinson will speak at the American Association for the Advancement of Science's Forum on Science...
ITIF Senior Fellow Richard Bennett will give a speech to the Australian Telecom User Group on the innovation...
Daniel Castro will speak at the 6th Annual ABA/FCBA Symposium on Privacy & Data Security.
Presentation at the Council of Graduate Schools Research Forum.
Daniel Castro will speak at the DMA in DC 2011 conference.
ITIF Senior Analyst Daniel Castro will be discussing online behavioral targeting and its implications for...
Rob Atkinson served as moderator at the OECD-NSF Workshop Roundtable Debate.
Rob Atkinson moderated for event regarding the release of the SAFE Transportation Paper.
Rob Atkinson gave a presentation at the State of Downtown Economic Forum.
Vermont's H112 should not be enacted because it is based on a misunderstanding about biotech crops.
Pressured or mandatory technology transfer by other nations has, is, and will continue to negatively impact...
Testimony before the U.S. International Trade Commission making the case for the expansion of the ITA.
COPPA restricts the development of a robust Internet ecosystem for children and should not be strengthened.
Strong leadership in cloud computing is necessary to remain globally competitive, advance technology in the...
The FCC should not extend its authority to regulate the software installed on mobile devices.
The implications for the U.S. economy as a result of China's strategic decisions should be clear.
Testimony before House Energy and Commerce Committee on U.S. manufacturing.
House Subcommittee Testimony Avoiding the Spectrum Crunch: Growing the Wireless Economy through Innovation
Spectrum policy needs to realign spectrum into a smaller number of larger allocations for general-purpose...
ITIF comments on the NTIA multistakeholder process to develop consumer data privacy codes of conduct.
Supply-Side Follies: Why Conservative Economics Fails, Liberal Economics Falters, and Innovation Economics is the Answer
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.