Roundtable on Technology, Innovation, and American Primacy

Director: James P. Dougherty, Adjunct Senior Fellow for Business and Foreign Policy
January 1, 2004 - Present

America's ability to encourage innovative ideas has helped to establish it as the world's economic and military leader. However, technological developments over the past thirty years have spawned an increasingly globalized world and created new challenges to American pre-eminence. This roundtable series investigates how the government's response to these challenges will affect America's global economic and political standing.

Meetings

Social Media and Foreign Policy

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Political Change and the Next Internet

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Smart Defense: Venture Capital and U.S. National Security

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Chinese Innovation: Paper Tiger or Global Player?

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How Can the United States Lead the World in Frugal Innovation?

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Debriefing Busan: What's Next for Web Governance?

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Tweeting Extremism: Social Media and Radicalism

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Global Flows in a Digital Age

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Escaping the Commodity Trap: Toward Sustainable Growth

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The End of the Internet? The Future of Web Governance

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Rules and Tools: How Technology, Innovations, and Regulations are Changing the Global Markets

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Free Expression in a Digital World: Social Media and State Censorship

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Addressing Long-Term Unemployment: Prospects for America

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Is the Price Right for the Price of Rights? U.S. Patents as an Emerging Asset Class

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Boston Roundtable: U.S. Innovation and Competitiveness

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Immigration and American Competitiveness

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Open Government Data and Its Economic and Competitive Implications

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Jugaad: Harnessing American Ingenuity to Build Thriving Communities

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Social Media: Implications for American Foreign Policy

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Made in the USA: Where is the American Manufacturing Renaissance?

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Small Business and the American Economy

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Entrepreneurship and the Internet

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Social Media and American Foreign Policy

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The Architecture of Innovation

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Free Expression in a Digital World: Social Media and State Censorship

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Innovation Economics: The Race for Global Advantage

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Our Challenge in an Era of Global Competition

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Enough is Enough: Confronting Chinese Innovation Mercantilism

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Jugaad: How Emerging Market Innovation Is Influencing America

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Using Innovation to Our Advantage: Need, Speed, and Greed

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Social Media: Implications for American Foreign Policy

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Innovation in India: Prospects for the Future and Opportunities for America

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The America Invents Act: Prospects for U.S. Entrepreneurship

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Does Cyberspace Matter in International Relations?

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Driving American Leadership in Entrepreneurship Through Innovation Centers

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Indovation and Sinovation

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Social Media, Foreign Affairs, and Implications for American Policy

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Innovation in China: Implications for American Competiveness

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Indovation and Sinovation: A Threat to American Innovation?

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A Call for Judgment

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Innovation in China: Threat to America?

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China Innovation

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Managing the New Trajectory of Global Innovation

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Team Entrepreneur: The Najaf City Report

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Immigration and American Competitiveness

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Outsourcing and American Competitiveness

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The Patent Crisis: An Update

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OECD Innovation Strategy

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The Venturesome Economy

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India: The Emerging Innovation Giant

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New Proposals for Federal Actions to Improve American Competitiveness

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Maintaining American Competitiveness: Policy Lessons

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Innovation and the Financial Sector: The Challenge From London

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National Innovation Programs: The Challenge from China and India

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The New Power Brokers in Global Capital Markets

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Immigration and American Competitiveness

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Immigration and the American Economy

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Reexamining U.S. Competitiveness in the Context of National Innovation Networks

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Outsourcing: Three Years Later

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The Patent Crisis

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Leadership in the Information Age

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Emerging Financial Markets in China and India

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Improving the Flexibility of the American Labor Market

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Innovation Roundtable

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Immigration and the American Economy

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Globalization of Innovation

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More Globalization of Innovation

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Innovation in China and India

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Globalization of Innovation

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American Investment in Innovation Overseas

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The Global Science and Engineering Labor Force

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Global Capital Markets and the American Economy

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Immigration and the American Economy

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Intellectual Property and the American Economy

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Higher Education and the American Economy

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Demographic Change and the American Economy

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Outsourcing: Policy Options

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Outsourcing

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