Competitiveness

The GDPR imposes such tight restrictions on the use of personal data that the EU will be unable to keep up with the rest of the world using AI to streamline their economies, Nick Wallace writes for Euractiv.
Competitiveness
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June 15, 2018
Stephen Ezell gave a presentation to the MAPI Board of Trustees on Manufacturing Digitalization and U.S. Competitiveness in the Global Economy” on June 15, 2018.
June 5, 2018
A growing number of policymakers and pundits appear now to understand that the United States’ lead in innovation is not as secure as it once was.
May 25, 2018
The GDPR imposes such tight restrictions on the use of personal data that the EU will be unable to keep up with the rest of the world using AI to streamline their economies, Nick Wallace writes for Euractiv.
May 9, 2018
Foreign predatory economic practices harm the U.S. economy. In testimony before a Senate Foreign Relations subcommittee, Rob Atkinson outlines how the U.S. government should respond.
May 9, 2018
Please join ITIF for an event discussing needed policies to ensure sustained U.S. life-sciences leadership.
May 7, 2018
Any effective U.S. life-sciences innovation policy needs to level the global playing field by taking more forceful action to address unfair trade practices, Joe Kennedy writes for Stat News.
May 4, 2018
As Rob Atkinson and Mike Lind write for the New Republic, Theodore Roosevelt and Franklin D. Roosevelt weren't the anti-corporate crusaders that they're portrayed as by populists today.
May 1, 2018
A response to the Washington Post’s Steven Pearlstein, regarding his April 25 article, “Boeing and Airbus, the new ‘super duopoly’.”
May 1, 2018
This week is National Small Business Week. But, as ITIF President Rob Atkinson writes for Inside Sources, President Trump should declare a National Big Business Week, too.
April 6, 2018
As ITIF President Rob Atkinson and Michael Lind write for the Wall Street Journal, showering privileges on firms because of their size is bad economics and bad policy.

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