In recent months, “competitiveness” has come to be a major topic of debate in Washington and around the country. Congress is engaged in a formal conference to reconcile House and Senate bills that seek to enhance “competitiveness.” But what is competitiveness? What does it mean for the U.S. economy to be competitive? How should we think about measuring competitiveness at the national level? Addressing these foundational questions will help policymakers craft and implement effective public policy.
Join the Bipartisan Policy Center as we explore these questions and determine what it will mean—and what it will take—for America to be competitive in the 21st century.
Keynote remarks by:
Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester (D-DE)
Panel discussion with:
Special Assistant to the President, National Economic Council
Global Chief Legal Officer, Sequoia Capital
Director of Strategic Initiatives, BPC