India’s continued use of mercantilist policies doesn’t bode well for improved trade relations with the U.S.
Prime Minister Modi must embrace a comprehensive set of reforms for India's economy to flourish.
India simply cannot usher in a new, innovative economy if it continues to revert back to these same tried-and-failed mercantilist practices.
Companies continue to face challenges securing IP rights in India, despite campaign pledges.
The election of Prime Minister Modi portends a new economic direction for the world's largest democracy.
ITIF hosted a Capitol Hill event on reforming Indian economic policy to improve domestic innovation and growth.
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.
India best grows its economy by embracing an across-the-board productivity growth strategy.
India’s Preferential Market Access policy is poised to damage the Indian and broader global economy.
Daniel Castro will speak about Internet governance in the global economy at an event sponsored by the U.S.-Japan Research Institute.
Stephen Ezell testifies that India's innovation mercantilist policies damage India's, America's, and the global economy.
The TPP will only be worth it if it concludes with an innovation-maximizing trade agreement that sets the standard for future trade deals for the U.S.
Stephen Ezell presented at the 2013 ALEC conference in Chicago.
Recent months have seen India introduce several disconcerting localization barriers to trade that discriminate against foreign companies.
Joe Biden’s trip to India this week marks a significant step forward in re-establishing strained U.S.-India economic relations.
Secretary of State John Kerry and the Obama administration need to properly address India's mercantilist trade policies.
If we want to continue regional economic integration for South-Central Asia, better IP protection is the next step.
A collaborative trade relationship between the U.S. and India is in both parties' best interests.
A strong, growing, and collaborative trade relationship between the United States and India could be in jeopardy due to recent trade policies.
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.
India’s recent trade policies are placing their relationship with the U.S. in jeopardy.
Singapore provides a persuasive model for a strong system of intellectual property rights. The TPP negotiators need only to look around to see the results.
Developed nations can take measures to help other developing nations resist adopting mercantilist practices.