Innovation in the United States and Germany: The Future

As mature, post-industrial economies, the United States and Germany confront a promising, if uncertain, future in the realm of innovation. How they approach that future—what they choose to do and not to do; what they find themselves able and unable to do—could prove to be decisive in determining their ability to maintain high living standards at home and a modicum of socio-economic stability both within and outside the Trans-Atlantic partnership…

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