9 Strategies for Retaking Global Leadership in Industry and Innovation
Nine strategies for retaking global leadership in industry and innovation
Local content requirements offer a simple intervention with benefits that its prohibitionist detractors ignore.
Reshoring strategies can only go so far without investment in America’s skilled workforce.
The international trading system must recover the core principles of reciprocity, security, and democracy.
Former U.S. Trade Representative Ambassador Robert E. Lighthizer joins American Compass executive director Oren Cass for a conversation about trade policy, in his first interview since leaving the administration.
News & Commentary
NATIONAL REVIEW—American Compass’s Oren Cass and Richard Oyeniran explore the decline of America’s semiconductor industry and how the U.S. can retake the lead in the great semiconductor race.
THE NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE—Noam Scheiber cites American Compass’s Oren Cass in a feature on industrial policy and the Biden administration’s attempts to revive U.S. manufacturing.
EVENT—American Compass’s research director Wells King shares key insights from the “Moving the Chains” policy symposium on the inaugural panel for the Industry Studies Association’s new webinar series.
THE WASHINGTON POST—Jeanne Whalen reports on Republican enthusiasm for industrial policy, citing American Compass’s Moving the Chains report.
ASIA TIMES—David Goldman features his Moving the Chains symposium essay, “The Reshoring Imperative,” with new commentary directed at Joe Biden’s “Buy American” campaign.
DAILY CALLER—American Compass’s Wells King outlines the proposals from the “Moving the Chains” reshoring policy symposium.
BLOOMBERG—Columnist Noah Smith appraises American Compass’s reshoring policy symposium: “Moving the Chains.”