Architecting an Innovation-Maximizing Global Economic and Trade System

Stephen Ezell Adams Nager March 17, 2017
March 17, 2017

Policymakers need to better understand and more aggressively push back when countries employ policies that try to advance their own interests at the expense of global innovation, as ITIF writes in Cities as Engines of Innovation and Inclusive Growth: A Transatlantic Journey EU and USA, published by the Italian think tank Fondazione G. Brodolini. And the world’s leaders need to articulate a more robust vision of commonly shared global prosperity – predicated chiefly through substantial increases in global productivity levels and greater output of innovative products, services, processes, and technologies.