A race for global innovation advantage has emerged as countries compete to realize the highest levels of innovation-based economic growth.
Durban is likely to overlook the best way to drastically reduce carbon emissions—making unsubsidized clean energy cost-competitive with fossil fuels by driving innovation.
Stephen Ezell in an article for "World Policy Institute" argues for a new international framework.
An investigation of the programs and policies countries around the world have implemented to boost the productivity, innovation, and competitiveness of SME manufacturers.
The Atlantic Century II updates ITIF’s 2009 report on the United States’ innovation-based competitiveness compared with a diverse group of countries.
The last two decades have presented unprecedented global economic change. While there is much debate around the changing global economy over the last several decades, all should agree that IT has been at the root of these transformations.
The 2009 report finds that while the U.S. still leads the EU in innovation-based competitiveness, it ranks sixth overall and last in progress over the last decade.