Brookings Institution


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Brookings Institution

A think tank in Washington, D.C. It performs research on the American and international economies, as well as on foreign policy and other issues. It was established in 1916.
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The session's speakers will include Bruce Katz, Brookings Institution vice president and co-author of "The Rise of Innovation Districts"; Chris Marlin, president of Lennar International; Kofi Bonner, president of Lennar Urban San Francisco; John Fry, president of Drexel University in Philadelphia; Thomas Osha, managing director of Wexford Science and Technology; Rip Rapson, president and CEO of the Kresge Foundation, located in metro Detroit; and Tim Rowe, founder and CEO of Cambridge Innovation Center.
Strobe Talbott, President of the Brookings Institution said, A true global citizen, Yang Yuanqing will contribute a wealth of experience and insight as a member of the Brookings IAC, providing invaluable guidance and leadership to our efforts.
In the tradition of Herbert Croly, Woodrow Wilson, the New Dealers, the Council on Foreign Relations, and the Brookings Institution itself, organized and honorable gentlemen armed with disinterested knowledge would overcome narrow self-interest as a matter of course.
Critchlow's fine study of the nation's oldest and best-known "think tank,' the Brookings Institution, not only presents a clear narrative account of the Brookings's evolution as a research institute, but also thoughtfully examines several questions of broad significance regarding the relation of such think tanks to the policy-making process in a democratic society.
Katz will direct the project at the Brookings Institution.
Byman, a researcher at the Brookings Institution, provides historical background on Saudi Arabia's complicated relationship to terrorism.
Laurence Chandy and Homi Kharas are with the Brookings Institution of Washington D.
Ron Brownstein, Editorial Director, Atlantic Media, leads a panel discussion on the impact of urban economics with Bruce Katz, Vice President and Founding Director, Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program, The Brookings Institution, and Brad Whitehead, President, Advance Northeast Ohio & Fund for Our Economic Future.
Pifer and O'Hanlon are senior fellows in foreign policy at the Brookings Institution.
The resources of two respected organizations, the Brookings Institution and the Cato Institute, pool their talents to investigate the historical background, legal development, and political nuances of a system that is supposed to be responsible and adaptable, yet is effectively self-perpetuating and anti-dynamic.
It's a systematic failure of the judicial system, says Susan Rice, an Africa expert at the Brookings Institution, and it has ramifications beyond the thousands of people stuck in prisons.
Decades of vacating Dixie are reversing, reports The Brookings Institution, a nonpartisan research organization.
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