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Our studies, projects and policy recommendations identify the risks and opportunities for our economy and our society. Here you'll find an overview of our reports. Download the About GTIPA brochure.
GTIPA members have issued numerous reports and articles to help policymakers address the coronavirus update. View list.
A Declaration of Mutual Interest in Trade and Globalization for the Benefit of All Peoples and NationsThu, 04/13/2017
Since the 19th century, nations have found a strong consensus on shared protections for intellectual property (IP).Thu, 04/23/2020
A survey of allied think tanks summarizes what 23 nations and the EU are doing best when it comes to innovation policy, and where there are the greatest opportunities to improve. In many cases, the successes can serve as model policies for other countries to adopt.Thu, 06/13/2019
This blueprint aims to inform European institutions on the state of innovation in three sectors (Digital, Healthcare, and Energy & Mobility).I-Com Tue, 02/18/2020
A World Economic Forum report—produced with extensive research contributions from ITIF—analyzes key barriers and challenges to cross-border payments and recommends how to overcome them to support global trade.
The United States, the EU, and Japan must band together in stronger trilateral partnership to pressure China into rolling back the mercantilist trade practices it uses to grow advanced, innovation-driven industries.
The Austrian Economic Center, in cooperation with the British Conservation Alliance and more than 15 other prominent pro-market organizations from around the world, is launching the book Green Market Revolution: How Market Environmentalism Can Protect Nature and Save the Planet. In it, AEC puts forward an alternative vision on how environmental protection and the fight against global warming can work, showing how a system based on free markets, innovation, property rights, and local democracy is far more effective at tackling environmental problems than top-down, one-size-fits-all regulatory approaches. Indeed, protecting the environment should be in the hands of entrepreneurs, innovators, creative minds, philanthropists, and decentralized communities. The book entails a foreword by Daniel Hannan and chapters by scholars from organizations such as the Cato Institute, Reason Foundation, PERC, the Centre for Policy Studies, Adam Smith Institute, and the American Conservation Coalition. It was co-edited by our Research and Outreach Coordinator, Kai Weiss, who also contributed four chapters himself. Our Research Fellow Martin Gundinger has written a chapter, too, debating the efficacy of a carbon tax.
This Policy Brief outlines the impact of the recent increase in minimum wage in Jordan, which will take effect in 2021. The paper also highlights Jordan Strategy Forum's recommendations to mitigate any negative impact of the wage increase, and links it with the increase in labor productivity.
In June 2020, the United States Trade Representative’s office initiated a Section 301 investigation into digital services taxes (DSTs) that have been adopted or are being considered by a number of foreign governments. This article offers a brief analysis of the benefits and drawbacks of DSTs.
In the last 20 years, FDI in the world has grown faster than both exports and production, and has thus contributed strongly to the globalization. This report analyzes the impact of FDI on Swedish business.
Empirical literature and evidence suggest that there exists a strong connection between property rights and national development. Those nations that protect property rights in a robust manner show higher levels of investment and development. This report (in Spanish) focuses on property rights in Chile.