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Research Centers: A - C

Listing of U.S. and foreign academic and public policy research centers.

Research Centers Economics & Education

This guide presents information resources, analysis, data, and visual analytics representing from research institutions (think-tanks) in the U.S. and internationally representing a variety of intellectual and political perspectives.  These institutions have different funding sources and conduct research on numerous public policy issues and produce findings which can enhance instructional and research knowledge and are frequently used by U.S. and foreign national governments to implement their polices.. These institutions will be arranged alphabetically by subject in the following areas:  Economics and Finance, Education Policy, Family and Social Policy, International Relations, National and International Security, Public Policy/Politics, and Science and Technology Policy.  Many of these organizations conduct and publish research in multiple areas besides the subject classification they are listed in on this guide. I welcome suggestions for including additional institutions.

Featured Resources: 

China's Foreign Technology Wish List is a May 2021 report by Georgetown University's Center for Security and Emerging Technology

Russia's Nuclear Activity in 2020:  A Show of Strength Despite COVID-19 is a Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI) report 

Legislative Response to Policing:  State Bill Tracking Database (National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) database covering 2020-present.

A Sensible and Compassionate Anti-Covid Strategy is an article by  Stanford University Professor of Medicine Jay Bhattacharya published in HIllsdale College's Imprimis

Critical Race Theory:  The New Intolerance and Its Grip on America  is a December 7, 2020 Heritage  Foundation study.

The Implicit Association Test: Flawed Science Tricks Americans into Believing They Are Unconscious  Racists 
is a 2017 Heritage Foundation study.

Global  Health Security Index  Collaboration between Johns Hopkins University, Economist Intelligence Unit, and the Nuclear Threat Initiative assessing  country health security capabilities and indicators.

State Line:  Pew Trust resource providing information on  state government developments including coronavirus.

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