Brookings Today, 8/20/14

A roundup of some of the content published today by Brookings.

  • Firms in the “innovation economy” are choosing urban environments over suburban ones. Bruce Katz writes that Google’s investments in urban offices around the globe are more evidence of the trend.

  • How to develop a national cyber strategy. Ian Wallace provides five guiding principles for countries building a national strategy on cybersecurity.

  • What do the 2,400 people who work for the IMF actually do? David Wessel reviews a “handsome paperback” by Liaquat Ahamed that introduces us to the IMF staffers around the globe.

  • Daily TV watching and computer use by American teenagers. Hillary Schaub examines data on the time American teenagers spend looking at TV and computer screens.