A Vision for Tech Policy is Missing from GOP Economic Plans

In the current landscape of Republican presidential candidate priorities, there is a noticeable lack of emphasis on technology policy—a crucial area that demands attention. A substantial portion of registered voters, spanning all races and including those under 30, cite the economy as their primary concern. This concern intensifies in key swing states, with 39 percent highlighting the economy as their top issue. Yet, a GOP focus on technology policy, a perennial driver of economic growth, is surprisingly lacking. In a climate where economic well-being is paramount, especially under the current administration, a robust tech policy is not just desirable but essential.

Read Dr. Jamison’s complete blog post at AEI.