The creation and adoption of new products, services, technologies and business models drives economic growth. Improving America’s standard of living and competitive edge depends on the nation’s ability to innovate. Without a targeted federal partnership, U.S. competitiveness will slip and economic growth will lag. Brookings experts describe how America’s innovation efforts may—or may not—be enough.
Enrique Pena Nieto, President of Mexico, attends the World Economic Forum on Latin America 2015 in Riviera Maya, Mexico (REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia).
Tenth World Economic Forum: Institutions and Leadership
May 22, 2015, Daniel Zovatto
In the context of Latin America's economic slowdown, Daniel Zovatto outlines a series of necessary reforms to address widespread institutional challenges.
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The Johns Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS)
Darrell M. West
Vice President and Director, Governance Studies
Founding Director, Center for Technology Innovation
Walter D. Valdivia
Fellow, Governance Studies, Center for Technology Innovation
Nonresident Fellow, Foreign Policy
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