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February 1, 2016
The U.S. is relying too much on monetary policy to spur economic growth and not focusing enough on needed investments in foundational assets that drive productivity and increase wages.
January 20, 2016
European countries captured eight of the top 10 slots in a new global ranking of how countries’ domestic policies support worldwide innovation.
January 20, 2016
The United States ranks 10th in how its domestic policies support worldwide innovation.
January 19, 2016
After a public vote, ITIF announced that it has given its annual Luddite Award to a loose coalition of scientists and luminaries who stirred fear and hysteria by raising alarms that artificial intelligence could spell doom for humanity.
January 11, 2016
In their bid for a greater share of the global innovation economy, seven countries sought advantage in 2015 by embracing some of the world’s most glaring examples of protectionist and trade-distorting public policies.

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October 6, 2015
“Policymakers should finish the process of creating a Safe Harbor 2.0 with terms that give comfort to all parties,” said Daniel Castro in The Hill.
October 6, 2015
"Safe Harbor agreement has been the cornerstone of the transatlantic digital economy since before global companies like Facebook were founded,” said Daniel Castro in Agence France-Presse.
October 6, 2015
“It’s really hard to imagine anything that can be more disruptive to the digital economy than this,” said Daniel Castro in the Washington Post.
October 6, 2015
"We are concerned that criticisms of transfer pricing may provide an excuse to shift tax receipts from the United States to other countries by levying taxes according to criteria other than where profits are actually earned," said Joe Kennedy in the Sydney Morning Herald.
October 6, 2015
"It will disrupt not just the thousands of US and European companies that currently depend on the Safe Harbor to do business across the Atlantic, but also the broader digital economy," said Daniel Castro in the Christian Science Monitor.

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