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Often referred to as public policy or research institutes, think tanks can be a good source for research on various topics. • Think tanks often bridge the gap between academic ideas and real-world problems or concrete public policy issues.
Founded in 1942, the committee is “dedicated to policy research on major economic and social issues and the implementation of its recommendations by the public and private sectors.” Membership consists of senior corporate executives and university leaders.
Affiliated with George Mason University, the center's mission is "to generate knowledge and understanding of how institutions affect the freedom to prosper and find creative solutions to overcome barriers that prevent individuals from living free, prosperous, and peaceful lives.”
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