Tag Archives: competitiveness

America Could Do Worse than Be Like Europe

What is worse — going over the fiscal cliff or emulating Europe’s economic policymakers?

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Should We Expect Multinationals to Be Loyal?

Why would a European CEO be “shunned” if he moved much of his production to China?

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From the American Century to the Competition Century

Western dominance will wane in the 21st century, but what will take its place?

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A Brief History of Cheap Labor

How was cheap labor key to turning Britain, Germany and the United States into industrial powers?

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The United States and Climate Change Competitiveness: Part III

How should the United States work within the WTO framework to effectively limit carbon emissions?

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And the Winner Is…Competitiveness

Will the faltering global economy lead to more competition among nations?

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Innovation Economics and Trade Policy

How does innovation economics offer the best framework for trade in the 21st century?

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Inner Strength: U.S. Economic Competitiveness and the Lessons of Tonya Harding

What steps must be taken if the United States wants to redeem its role in global affairs?

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The Case for Europe’s Economic Conservatism

Is the U.S. economy really performing that much better than Europe’s?

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The Past and Future of U.S. Competitiveness

What should the United States do to remain the leading economy in the 21st century?

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