The Future of Data-Driven Innovation
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.
How big is Big Data? How can it be used for good? What about privacy? What role should the government play? This report seeks to address these questions and many others.
The Foundation has invited six distinguished researchers to weigh in with chapters examining various aspects of data.
We invite you to read each chapter here online, or read and download the report in PDF format.
Introduction: Defining the Data Movement - By Justin Hienz, Owner of Cogent Writing, LLC.
Chapter 1: The Data-Driven Economy - By Dr. Joseph Kennedy, President of Kennedy Research, LCC
Chapter 2: The Great Data Revolution - By Leslie Bradshaw, Managing Partner, Made by Many.
Chapter 3: The Competitiveness Agenda - By John Raidt, Vice President, Jones Group International.
Chapter 4: Good Data Public Policies - By Dr. Matthew Harding, economist and assistant professor at Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University.
Chapter 5: Driving Innovation With Open Data - By Joel Gurin, Director, Open Data 500 Project.
Chapter 6: Databuse in the Big Data Era - By Benjamin Wittes, Senior Fellow in Governance at the Brookings Institute, and Wells C. Bennett, fellow in the Brookings Institute's Governance Studies program.
Concluding Thoughts: The Essential Data Ingredient—Us - By Rich Cooper, Vice President of Emerging Issues and Research, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation.
View a PDF of the report or read below in ISSUU.