Countries should adopt innovation-based, domestic-growth strategies instead of relying on mercantilist, export-lead economic policies.
Reports & Briefings
September 25, 2009
September 22, 2009
Which countries are leading in health IT adoption, what explains their success, and what lessons can other nations learn from these leaders?
September 21, 2009
In this report, ITIF outlines the more than $100 billion invested by G-20 countries in IT-related stimulus. While most G-20 countries have passed economic stimulus packages to confront the global economic downturn, more could be done to use IT investments to aid in economic recovery, create jobs, and lay the groundwork for long-term economic benefits.
September 15, 2009
ITIF Senior Analyst Stephen Ezell’s article examines how the United States has lost its lead in developing innovation policies.
September 15, 2009
In this article Rob Atkinson argues that policymakers too often take their cues on economic policy from neoclassical economic doctrine that does not appreciate the importance of innovation.
August 13, 2009
Although once offering the most generous R&D tax credit in the world, the United States now ranks 17th out of the 30 OECD countries.
August 6, 2009
South Korea is poised to become the world leader in green technology, through a wide array of government policies supporting green technology, strong national leadership and a substantial commitment of public funding for this effort.
July 19, 2009
Examines the issue of corporate tax reform and lays out key principles for policymakers to consider as well as specific policy recommendations for crafting an innovation-based corporate tax code.
July 16, 2009
In a new ITIF report, How IT Can Enable 21st Century Schools Tim McDonald and Ted Kolderie of the Education|Evolving, discuss why the existing school reform movement has stalled and how information technology (including computers, software and communications) can enable the emergence of fundamentally new kinds of schools
June 29, 2009
A Roundtable on the End of Scarcity, Open Architecture, and the Future of Broadband Competition Policy
A summary of a roundtable that focused on the increasing convergence on some broadband competition policy matters.