The TPP will only be worth it if it concludes with an innovation-maximizing trade agreement that sets the standard for future trade deals for the U.S.
Stephen Ezell presented at the 2013 ALEC conference in Chicago.
Recent months have seen India introduce several disconcerting localization barriers to trade that discriminate against foreign companies.
Joe Biden’s trip to India this week marks a significant step forward in re-establishing strained U.S.-India economic relations.
Secretary of State John Kerry and the Obama administration need to properly address India's mercantilist trade policies.
If we want to continue regional economic integration for South-Central Asia, better IP protection is the next step.
A collaborative trade relationship between the U.S. and India is in both parties' best interests.
A strong, growing, and collaborative trade relationship between the United States and India could be in jeopardy due to recent trade policies.
In a piece for Reuters, Stephen Ezell reflects on India's need to focus on boosting domestic employment by increasing across-the-board productivity growth.
India’s recent trade policies are placing their relationship with the U.S. in jeopardy.
Singapore provides a persuasive model for a strong system of intellectual property rights. The TPP negotiators need only to look around to see the results.
Developed nations can take measures to help other developing nations resist adopting mercantilist practices.
It's not only in America's interest for India to remain committed to open, market-based trade and robust IP protections; it's also in India's.
A scorecard ranking APEC economies on their innovation-based policies to spur competitiveness and growth.
In his Huffington Post blog, Rob Atkinson says the TPP is a chance to stem unfair and illegal trade practices.
ITIF makes the case for a landmark trade pact that raises the bar for global trade practices.
ITIF and an all-star panel discuss how the United States should craft the Trans-Pacific Partnership as a model trade agreement for the 21st century.
In response the nuclear crisis in Japan, U.S. policymakers should take a forward looking, long-view approach to nuclear energy.
This report benchmarks clean energy competitiveness in four nations: China, Japan, South Korea and the United States.
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.
Takashi Ebihara spoke at an ITIF Policy Forum about the Japanese “Broadband Miracle.” Mr. Ebihara is a Senior Director of the Corporate Strategy Department at NTT East Corporation, the largest local telecommunications provider in Japan.