Please join ITIF 11:00 am - 12:30 pm ET as we release a new report titled the “North American Subnational Innovation Competitiveness Index” which ranks North America’s 92 states on 13 indicators of competitiveness in the increasingly innovation-driven global economy.
Past Member Events
Foreign direct investment (FDI) networks and global value chains (GVCs) are critical for economic development in Asia. Join Riccardo Crescenzi, Oliver Harman and a panel of distinguished experts to discuss the rise of FDI-supported global value chains in the Asia Pacific region and their contribution to the region’s rapid development.
Libertad y Desarrollo invites you to consider how a climate change strategy of adaptation can ensure adequate water provision for residential and productive consumption. The seminar features two panels: one on the use of progressive tariffs to fight overconsumption and one on the reuse of wastewater.
Join the Macdonald Laurier Institute for a discussion on Canada's need for a strategic framework to address security needs and long-term requirements amidst rising tensions in the Indo-Pacific region.
Digital development can be transformative for firms that can navigate new technologies, creating access to new markets and opportunities – if correctly leveraged. By helping businesses gain access to digital tools, governments can play a critical role in the growth of small businesses and local economies.
The Digital Supply Chain Institute (DSCI) of the Center for Global Enterprise is pleased to announce the ninth Executive Leadership Forum on June 8-9 at the Johnnie Walker Experience Center in Edinburgh, Scotland. We are proud to be collaborating with Diageo on this event.
A discussion of "The Gap," Gianluca Sgueo's new book, was held on Monday, June 6 during the webinar organized by the Institute for Competitiveness (I-Com).
Cracking the „twin challenge” of digital and green transformation could have a huge impact on future energy supply and decarbonization. Our experts will show the potentials of digital innovation along the entire value chain, from energy production to a circular economy.
The C.D. Howe Institute invites you to join us on Tuesday, May 31 to hear an expert panel discuss the progress made since March 2020 and the challenges in expanding digital government services.
Please join ITIF for a discussion of why prompt passage of the BIA during the summer of 2022 is vital for U.S. national security.