Donna Cooper, Richard Caperton, Kate Gordon, and Daniel J. Weiss detail a plan to redirect billions of dollars in giveaways to Big Oil toward building infrastructure to put Americans back on the job.
Report Donna Cooper takes a look at our nation's infrastructure spending needs, and explains how we can pay for them and put Americans back to work.
As Aneesh Chopra wraps up his tenure this month as the first U.S. chief technology officer, he discusses innovative ways the country can solve problems and grow the economy at a CAP event.
The genetic testing industry, with its great potential to not only improve health care outcomes but also create jobs, is a prime example of a government investment with positive return, writes Jason Thomas.
Donna Cooper expects congressional Republicans to block the president’s latest call for infrastructure spending to boost jobs and improve our economic competitiveness.
Ed Paisley and Sean Pool explore the president’s science and innovation policies to demonstrate how key they are to sustained middle-class prosperity.
Report Andrew D. Reamer looks at ways the federal statistical system can better support the nation's economic competitiveness.
Report Marshall Fitz looks at how to enhance labor market mobility and promote economic growth while advancing workforce stability through enforceable labor standards and protections.
Report We must reorganize part of the federal government in order to efficiently invest in our future economic competitiveness and scientific innovation, write Johnathan Sallet and Sean Pool.
Report Krisztina “Z” Holly looks at the vital and extensive role universities play in driving innovation in the United States.
Report Two CAP teams, one from Science Progress and the other from the Doing What Works project, release a series of reports focusing on different building blocks of our national competitiveness.
Report Laura Tyson and Greg Linden examine the role of the R&D tax credit in federal government support for research and development.
Jitinder Kohli describes the four initial steps that agencies should take to promote innovation.
CAP offers proposals to form a progressive pro-business agenda for the small- and medium-sized companies that America's economic competitiveness depends on.