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Think Tanks: A Guide

Guide for navigating the research world of public policy think tanks.

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What is a Think Tank?

Think tanks are public policy research organizations that provide research, analysis, and advice on domestic and international issues. These organizations employ experts from academia and government who publish a wide range of scholarship including working papers, proceedings from conferences, books, journals and policy briefs. Think tanks may be independent or affiliated with a government entity or political party. Many, but not all, are non-profit organizations.

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