Brookings Institution

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Brookings Institution,

at Washington, D.C.; chartered 1927 as a consolidation of the Institute for Government Research (est. 1916), the Institute of Economics (est. 1922), and the Robert S. Brookings Graduate School of Economics and Government (est. 1924). Its accepts no private contracts for social science research, but does accept government contracts if the findings may be made public. The institution helps scholars study contemporary economic, governmental, and international problems by financing research projects and publishing their findings.
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At MIPIM 2016 the program will include a session titled, 'Innovation districts: a new urban development model emerging in the United States', co-organized with the Brookings Institution and panel sponsor Lennar International.
However, with its effective campaign in Syria, Moscow has once again proved these experts wrong, the Brookings Institution said.
The role of the Advisory Council is to provide advice and diverse perspectives in helping the Brookings Institution address a wide range of significant global economic, political, social and cultural issues.
After his speech at the Brookings Institution, State Minister Simsek proceeded from Washington, D.
The Brookings Institution, a leading research and policy institute, is hosting a week-long seminar on science and technology issues facing the US.
This problem has been documented in many books and articles, and as Stephen Goldsmith (2004) of the Brookings Institution has noted, "As Government relies more and more on third parties to deliver services, its performance depends ever more on its ability to manage partnerships and to hold its partners accountable" (Goldsmith & Eggers, p.
This book is part of the effort of the Carnegie Corporation and the Brookings Institution to address "the need to promote public understanding about the rich legacy and diversity of Islam and the need to ease the integration of Muslim citizens into US society and encourage their participation in its democracy.
The Brown Center on Education Policy at the Brookings Institution, a Washington think tank, reveals that while fourth- and eighth-graders show progress in math over the same grades 10 years ago, the questions for both grades, including algebraic questions, test skills taught in lower grades.
We're already deploying today's soldiers and Marines at a pace that is unrivaled in the history of the all-volunteer three, at considerable risk to the staying power of that force," noted Michael O'Hanlon, Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution, in an October 15 syndicated op-ed column.
The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has a longer time horizon, and scholars at the Brookings Institution have used CBO data to project what would happen if the alternative minimum tax were adjusted and the tax cuts extended.
The Kerry campaign is in a funny position on trade because they are, on one level, talking up protectionism and, on the other hand, they are probably more inclined to building some bridges internationally," says Carol Graham, a fellow at the Brookings Institution in Washington, D.

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