Think tank of the year

August 2012
Prospect;Aug2012, Issue 197, p40
The article announces awards given to research institutes in 2012 including the Global Think Tank of the Year award to Bruegel, the North American Think Tank of the Year award to Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and the Publication of the Year award to the Resolution Foundation for "The Essential Guide to Squeezed Britain."


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