Ideas In Action with Jim Glassman

Innovation: Is America Suffering An Innovation Gap

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Guests: Michael Mandel, Editor-in-Chief, Visible Economy and former Forbes columnist; Robert Atkinson, author "Role the U.S. Government Can Play in Restoring U.S. Innovation Leadership" and President, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation; Sheryl Schwartz, COO of Blue Canopy consulting firm and member of the Northern Virginia Technology Council. According to some measures, America has fallen below Iceland as a leader in developing new technologies. What is the state of innovation in America today? What policies should the private sector, the government and the American university research system institute to insure America remains a leader in innovation in the future?
 

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