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.
What’s boosting U.S. manufacturing? Networked innovation.
April 16, 2015, Robert E. Litan
Robert Litan explains that a key feature of the future growth of many firms is the ability to harness new online networking tools to find innovative ideas outside of their firms and insular industries.
U.S. Economic Performance
Growth through Innovation
Opinion | McKinsey&Company
April 15, 2015, Robert E. Litan
April 8, 2015, Joshua Bleiberg and Hillary Schaub
March 25, 2015, Bruce Katz and Kelly Kline
March 17, 2015, Jonathan Rauch
March 2015, Xanthe Ackerman
March 11, 2015, Joshua Bleiberg and Darrell M. West
March 11, 2015, Darrell M. West
February 26, 2015, Joseph Parilla, Jesus Leal Trujillo and Alan Berube
Opinion | International IDEA
February 26, 2015, Daniel Zovatto
February 24, 2015, Amy Liu and Owen Washburn
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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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