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Big Data: An Emerging Frontier for Innovation and Policy
Michael Mandel participated in a recent OECD conference in Paris, France, Growth, Innovation And Competitiveness: Maximizing The Benefits Of Knowledge-Based Capital. Mandel joined Matteo Pacca…
The Astonishing Obama Tech Boom
Going into the next two debates, Barack Obama would certainly like a bit more of Bill Clinton’s mojo. After all, Clinton both won a second…
PPI in Rome – The Rise of the Data-Driven Economy
The Progressive Policy Institute, John Cabot University, the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs, the European Privacy Association, and the Centre for European Policy Studies will…
Why the Tech Boom Has Not Yet Entered Bubble-land
There seems to be a theory going around that the current tech boom has entered into bubble territory. In a piece entitled “Is the dot…
Some Good News That Obama Should Be Touting
Will Marshall compiled four positive economic stories for Real Clear Politics that President Obama should be making better use of in his campaign for re-election….
Telecom and oil companies top ‘Investment Heroes’ list
The Washington Post covers Diana Carew’s and Michael Mandel’s Investment Heroes paper, focusing on the strong telecoms and energy presence amongst the leading companies. AT&T,…
American Economy: Points of Light
PPI’s Chief Economic Strategist Michael Mandel was cited in The Economist this week regarding the growth and potential in America’s mobile technology sector. The Economist points…
Forget China… Privacy War in U.S.?
PPI’s Chief Economic Strategist, Michael Mandel, on CNBC’s Closing Bell earlier this week discussing internet and mobile app privacy.
Dropbox, Google Drive, and the Consumer Price Index
I was looking at the April CPI this morning, and I got to thinking about Dropbox. I use Dropbox literally 25-50 times a day. I’m…