America’s future is in jeopardy. Over the entire postwar period from 1947 to 2013, the trend for economic growth in America was 3.3%. But since 2007, the rate has downshifted to a mere 1.5%, which translates into a meager 0.7% in growth per capita in the United States.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation is pleased to present its research report on The Future of Data-Driven Innovation.
This report explores the tremendous growth in data collection, delving into the implications on business and public policy.
This 11th issue of Business Horizon Quarterly (BHQ) is focused on the topic of education.
Published in the fall of 2014, this edition touches on issues including K-12 academic performance, workforce training, technology in the classroom, and American competitiveness.
As part of its Data-Driven Innovation Project, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation has compiled a reading list for those interested in topics related to Big Data, data-driven innovation and the data economy.
An examination of the policies that can lead to long-term economic growth in America.
The growing skills gap is one of the most persistent challenges affecting thriving and lagging state economies—the disparity between the skills companies need to drive growth and innovation versus the skills that actually exist within their organizations and in the labor market.