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Technology & Communications

Economists have long recognized that technological innovation and enhanced communication increase productivity and reduce friction in economic activity.  And never before has technology’s impact on economic growth been as evident as it is today.

At IPI, we focus on technology and communications policy not only because it’s critical to economic growth, but also because government’s inherent tendency to regulate prospectively poses an active threat to the economic gains and lifestyle enhancements made possible by technological innovation.

The communications and technology industries are among the country’s most competitive and the biggest capital investors in the U.S. economy, and are thus prime engines of economic growth and job creation. It is critical that public policy encourages continued innovation and investment in the tech sector, and that we don’t limit the innovation upside with counterproductive taxes and regulations.

March 6, 2009

Barry M. Aarons

December 20, 2007

Lawrence A. Hunter

December 14, 2007

Jim DeMint

November 26, 2007

Marsha Blackburn

May 31, 2005

Merrill Matthews

March 7, 2005

Thomas A Giovanetti

March 4, 2004

Tony Healy

December 10, 2000

Bartlett Cleland

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