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Drivers for a Successful Innovation Economy: Benchmarking Washington's Performance contains highlights of the Technology Alliance's latest study measuring Washington's competitiveness in education, research, and entrepreneurial climate. (May 2013)


The Economic Impact of Technology-Based Industries in Washington State (May 2012)


The Economic Impact of Technology-Based Industries in Washington State (May 2010)


The Economic Impact of Technology-Based Industries in Washington State (June 2008)


Investing in Our Competitive Future: Approaches to Increase Early Stage Capital in Washington State provides an analysis of the funding climate for early stage companies in Washington and approaches taken by other states to improve their entrepreneurial ecosystem, and puts forward recommendations for increasing the amount of capital available to support the growth of innovative young businesses in our state. (January 2007)


Benchmarking Washington's Performance - 2006 Report measures Washington's progress on over 40 indicators of technology-based economic development since the initial report in 2003. (July 2006)

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The Effect of Washington's Ethics Law on Public University Technology Transfer assesses how the state ethics law has unintentionally curbed legitimate and desired technology transfer and commercial activity at public research universities. This report makes several recommendations to modify the law by granting universities the autonomy to manage their own potential conflicts. (February 2005)


Bio 21: Implementing Washington State's Initiative in 21st Century Health lays out a detailed plan for the state to create a public-private partnership to make strategic investments in Washington research at the convergence of the life sciences and information technology. (October 2004)


Is Washington's Higher Education Providing a Foundation for a Strong Economic Future? Assessing Washington's Performance compares Washington higher education to that of eight peer states and provides an overview of business leader perspectives on higher education in the state. (June 2004)