Report Louis Soares and Stephen Steigleder propose a private-public partnership grant program to boost the middle-skill workers that America will require to be globally competitive.
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.
Issue Brief Jennifer Erickson and Sean Pool explain how the Economic Development Administration’s Jobs and Innovation Accelerator Challenge can help spur job creation.
Senior Fellow Jonathan Moreno discussed his new book on “biopolitics” at a CAP event last week.
Kristina Costa discusses three financing tools that can encourage innovation in the social and public sector.
Donna Cooper examines what it will take to get Congress to act on the president’s job-creating $50 billion infrastructure investment plan.
Kristina Costa and Adam Hersh detail the bang for the buck we get from government spending on critical infrastructure projects.
Donna Cooper details why legislation to fund airport construction and safety as well as federal highway repairs and construction face unconscionable elimination in Congress.
Elaine Sedenberg discusses the Dalai Lama's advocacy for a peaceful coexistence between science and spirituality.
Donna Cooper and Jordan Eizenga urge policymakers to encourage other states to follow New York’s lead in applying modern portfolio management strategies to their revolving loan funds—which could mean more badly needed water infrastructure improvements.
Donna Cooper and Jordan Eizenga offer a three-step blueprint for state revolving loan funds for maximizing clean and safe water infrastructure investment.
Julia Kantor and Donna Cooper urge Washington policymakers to support a strong American industry where small public investments become major economic gains.
Donna Cooper explains how a current proposal to reduce federal spending on badly needed roads improvement will also be a drag on employment—at the worst possible time.