Sen. Klobuchar’s legislative proposal may radically change antitrust laws and may significantly alter the way companies compete and innovate in the American economy.
February 8, 2021
February 2, 2021
ITIF Applauds National Academies’ Decarbonization Report—a “Clarion Call” to Accelerate Clean Energy Innovation With Assertive Federal Policy
"Transitioning to an energy system with net-zero emissions is critical for mitigating climate change, protecting human health, and revitalizing the economy, but it can’t happen unless we accelerate clean energy innovation," said ITIF Senior Policy Analyst Colin Cunliff.
January 19, 2021
New ITIF Report Calls for U.S. Doctrine of “Digital Realpolitik” to Maintain Global Leadership in Critical Information Technologies
WASHINGTON—The rise of the digital economy in recent decades has deepened and widened global economic and political integration, but it also has created an opening for an autocratic, non-democratic
January 14, 2021
BRUSSELS—In response to the German Bundestag adopting the 10th Amendment to the German Competition Act, Senior Policy Analyst Christophe Carugati of ITIF's Center for Data Innovation, release
January 11, 2021
Do ‘Superstar’ Firms Succeed by Stifling Competition? No, Says New Report; They’re Better at Leveraging Technology, Intangible Assets, and Business Designs
WASHINGTON—Many economists, advocates, and policymakers have argued that rapidly growing “superstar” firms are commanding large market shares in their industries because of lax antitrust enforcemen
November 16, 2020
How fast is fast enough for broadband?
November 16, 2020
Rob Atkinson, president of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, said he doesn’t think the Biden administration will devote much time to the apps because it will have “bigger fish t
November 15, 2020
“Under a Biden administration there would be much more support for the technology sectors, I believe,” said Rob Atkinson, president of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, a Washin
November 12, 2020
Though Republican and Democrats are both suspicious of Huawei, TikTok could get a reprieve under Biden.
November 11, 2020
“[Biden] is likely to focus on engaging government as a more active partner alongside industry in spurring innovation—but also as a tougher regulator of many tech industries and technologies,” said