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High-speed broadband networks are a platform supporting innovation throughout the economy today in much the same way electricity and transportation networks spurred innovation in the past.
New innovations such as smart electrical grids, tele-medicine, intelligent transportation networks, interactive learning and cloud computing...
Many advocates of strict net neutrality regulation argue that the Internet has always been a 'dumb pipe' and that the US Congress should require that it remains so. A new report (39) by ITIF Research Fellow Richard Bennett reviews the historical development of the Internet...
There is increasing interest in reforming the corporate tax code, including a proposal by the Obama administration to, among other steps, limit deferral of foreign source income. However, there is little agreement on what that reform should look like.
A new ITIF report, Effective...
The current crisis is the first of this severity to hit OECD countries since they have shifted to knowledge-based service economies.
As part of its strategic response to the economic crisis, the OECD has analysed the likely impact of the downturn on the drivers...
Nearly half of all Australian businesses (45%) undertook some form of innovative activity - including the development or introduction of new or significantly improved goods, services, processes or methods - last financial year, according to this report.
Innovative activity increased 22% on the previous...
While emerging markets are moving up the global innovation index, Japan and Switzerland remain first and second respectively in the league table. This ranking compares 82 countries by their innovativeness and looks at the factors that bring this about.
China is climbing...