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PIIE is a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan research institution devoted to the study of international economic policy. Since 1981, the Institute has provided objective analysis and concrete solutions to a wide range of international economic problems earning a reputation for timely, prescient and influential research.
The diverse range of our funding sources strengthens our independence and intellectual integrity. Support PIIE’s ability to fulfill its commitment to provide objective research, analysis and solutions on international economic problems by donating today. Contact Todd Herrick for details.
All of our research is independently conducted and held to strict standards of peer review, replicability, and academic integrity. We make the data in our research publications available for others and encourage researchers to replicate our findings. Authors must disclose to the Institute financial relationships that might bear on their research.
While some donor funds support specific research projects, donors do not edit or determine the conclusions or policy implications drawn from Institute research. We receive support from about 150 corporations, foundation grants, individuals, and public institutions in the United States and abroad each year, as well as income derived from our capital fund and publication sales.
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