Ed Paisley and Sean Pool explore the president’s science and innovation policies to demonstrate how key they are to sustained middle-class prosperity.
Helping universities invest in good ideas also helps small businesses, write Ed Paisley and Sean Pool.
Small startup companies are proven job creators, yet current government assistance doesn’t reach them effectively and efficiently, write Ed Paisley and Sean Pool.
The federal government boasts the means to foster jobs growth and global economic competitiveness by helping our country’s regional economies grow and prosper, write Sarah Wartell Rosen, Ed Paisley, and Kate Gordon.
Report No longer the maker of just low-cost consumer goods, China's investments in technology innovation should serve as a warning to the United States.
Ed Paisley and Jonathan Sallet write in the Cleveland Plain Dealer about how we can learn from the Midwest about how to repair the American economy through regional centers of innovation.
President Obama's call for a national innovation policy to spur sustainable economic growth and job creation contains an important new idea—community leadership is a critical component of our nation's economic strength that the federal government must actively cultivate.
Report The federal government can assume a vital role in helping to grow regional centers of innovation, write Jonathan Sallet, Ed Paisley, and Justin R. Masterman in this report.
Video Ed Paisley discusses regional centers of innovation and Science Progress' new proposals for promoting them.
Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is pressured to help homeowners, then heads off in another direction, but Fed chief Ben Bernanke gets it right, says Ed Paisley.
Video Ed Paisley on what happened in the credit markets, why it happened, and what we can do.
The consequences of failing to act on President Bush’s financial rescue plan will haunt the U.S. economy, writes Ed Paisley.
The Bush administration may include all kinds of "troubled" assets in the $700 billion financial rescue package, not just home mortgage assets. That’s a fundamentally bad idea, writes Ed Paisley.
Congress needs to ensure the $700 billion financial rescue package helps Main Street and Wall Street. Our plan does that, as this illustration details.