Revitalizing the national economy must begin with restoring the incentive to invest and build in America.
While many economists continue to insist that globalization has benefited the United States, the American people do not agree.
A strong industrial base is vital to workers and their communities, the rate of technological and economic progress, and national security.
Support America’s farmers, but not with subsidies
The US needs an industrial finance authority with a long-term commitment to drive both public and private capital, writes Oren Cass.
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Chris Griswold’s testimony before the U.S. House Committee on Energy and Commerce’s Subcommittee on Innovation, Data, and Commerce, regarding “Mapping America’s Supply Chains”
Biden administration officials were keen to stress the limited scope of new rules announced in last week’s executive order, writes Oren Cass in the Financial Times.
Sen. Todd Young and Oren Cass discuss how conservatives should think about industrial policy, how public policy can support R&D, and more.
Protecting the American Market from Subversion by the CCP
The Railway Safety Act has made concrete the ideological debate raging between conservatives and libertarians over the role of government regulation in the free market.
Oren Cass is joined by FreedomWorks’ Phil Bell for a wide-ranging discussion the Railway Safety Act of 2023.
Financing American industrial development
The success of the aerospace company evidences strong returns on strategic industrial investment.
On this episode of Talkin’ (Policy) Shop, Oren and Chris are joined by Willy Shih, a professor at Harvard Business School, to discuss pre-competitive R&D consortia.
Bridging the gap between basic research and the market
How European bureaucrats built the business that beat Boeing
The White House is discrediting its promotion of domestic semiconductor production by linking it to childcare
A prominent public role in R&D, business subsidies, and restrictions that keep both knowledge and production within our borders are not incompatible with rapid economic growth and technological progress.
A case study on the public investments behind the Israeli economic miracle