Science, Innovation, and the U.S. Economy
The Brookings Institution Hamilton Project continued its discussion of Science. Innovation, and the U.S. Economy. This panel,… read more
The Brookings Institution Hamilton Project continued its discussion of Science. Innovation, and the U.S. Economy. This panel, comprised of economists and researchers, focused its discussion on the economic impact of scientific advancement- specifically targeting information technology.
This was the second panel in the series. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Bresnahan, Tim Professor Stanford University->Economics
- Chopra, Aneesh Associate Director White House Office of Science and Technology Policy->Technology Division
- Cowen, Tyler Professor George Mason University->Political Economy
- Greenstone, Michael Professor Massachusetts Institute of Technology->Economics Department
- Hutchins, Glenn Co-Founder and CEO Silver Lake Investment Bank
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