The G20 is a forum of the 20 most politically and economically powerful countries of the world. Think20 (T20), the network of leading research institutes and think tanks from the G20 countries provides research-based policy advice to the G20, facilitates interaction among its members and the policy community, and communicates issues of global importance. As one of the lead members, IPAG submitted a Policy Brief on “Role of innovative policies in incentivizing Women’s Labor Force participation – A response to trends in aging population” which has been published in the T20 2019 website.
The report examines the current and potential impact of digital trade at home and quantifies the economic value of technological gains enabled by digital trade. It also recommends perceived concerns related to digital trade and how they can be addressed.
Swedish innovation policy has become increasingly characterized by various cooperative programs, where cooperation and ”co-production” between organizations is meant to generate growth and spillovers.
Access to reliable energy, particularly electricity, has consistently been identified as one the most significant constraints to doing business in Ghana.
Clean energy can support state and local economic development. Leaders can follow five tracks to leverage clean energy to accelerate economic growth.
A new study on the economic impact of bonus depreciation for investment in machinery and equipment has been getting attention because of its conclusion that the incentive is not only wasteful, but harmful. In reality, nothing could be further from the truth.
Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT) have emerged as an effective enterprise transformation tool.
ITIF has openly supported the proposed transaction since its announcement with the belief that the merger advances innovative wireless broadband services, offers significant benefits that will ultimately flow to consumers, and presents few concerns in terms of competition.
There is currently a serious conversation happening in Europe and other parts of the world about a “new digital ethics.” But unfortunately, the conversation recently took a tone-deaf turn.
February 7 – Ottawa should spur growth through better tax competitiveness and get back into the black by curbing overspending, says the C.D.