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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Using small-sized, inexpensive, technologically simple, and easily-produced ships, the Russian navy is displaying a unique capability and is highlighting the results of its naval modernization efforts, much of which are unknown," the Brookings Institution report said.
I m honored to be part of the Brookings Institution s International Advisory Council, Mr.
Jim Steinberg, Brookings Institution, former Deputy National Security Adviser to President Clinton
Anthony Corrado is Charles Dana Professor of Government at Colby College and a Visiting Fellow in Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution.
Half of those who received it in 1999 got it through a refund loan, shows the latest available data obtained by The Brookings Institution, a think tank based in Washington, D.
According to a Brookings Institution study, mortgage lending jumped 125 percent for Hispanic homebuyers during the 1990s, compared to a 98 percent boost among African-American homebuyers.
Ladner, Brookings Institution Press, October 2001 $22.
Another recent study commissioned by the Brookings Institution confirmed this by surveying 70 cities, finding that cities in the Northeast had the highest number of abandoned structures.
One source adding to the dialog is a task force assembled by the Brookings Institution.
This paper can be obtained from the Brookings Institution Center on Urban and Metropolitan Policy at http://www.
Kennedy told a conference of businessmen at the Brookings Institution that "most of the problems .
Schultze of the Brookings Institution in Washington, D.
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