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List of think tanks

List of think tanks
This article is a list of think tanks sorted by country. United Nations[edit] United Nations University (UNU) Australia[edit] Azerbaijan[edit] Bangladesh[edit] Belgium[edit] Bosnia and Herzegovina[edit] Center for Socio Economic Studies POPULARI Brazil[edit] Canada[edit] Chile[edit] Czech Republic[edit] Institute for Social and Economic Analyses Denmark[edit] Egypt[edit] Fiji[edit] Pasifika Nexus (PN) Finland[edit] France[edit] Georgia (country)|Georgia[edit] New Economic School – Georgia Germany[edit] Greece[edit] Hong Kong[edit] Hong King Policy Research Institute Hungary[edit] India[edit] Ireland[edit] Iran[edit] Israel[edit] Italy[edit] Japan[edit] Kenya[edit] African Progress Center Mexico[edit] Morocco[edit] Amadeus Institute Hypatia of Alexandria Institute for Reflexion & Studies (www.ihare.net) Netherlands[edit] New Zealand[edit] Nigeria[edit] Pakistan[edit] Philippines[edit] Resources, Environment and Economics Center for Studies (REECS) Poland[edit] Portugal[edit] Russia[edit] Singapore[edit] Slovakia[edit] Sri Lanka[edit] Related:  Experts to Interview

Category:Lists of organizations These are lists of organizations. Sports organizations should go in Category:Sports-related lists and political parties should go in Category:Lists of political parties Subcategories This category has the following 14 subcategories, out of 14 total. Pages in category "Lists of organizations" The following 175 pages are in this category, out of 175 total. GlobalGiving: donate to grassroots projects; education, health, microfinance Cryptome High School Graduation Rates in the United States and the Impact of Adolescent Romance This document reviews the controversy over the true high school graduation rate in the United States, provides a comprehensive review of the debate, discusses shortcomings of current methods, and proposes new methods that address those shortcomings. The author concludes that current methods that are widely used are flawed: High school graduation rates in the United States are well above 80 percent, with high racial disparity; the graduation rates for white and Asian students are around 85 percent, and the rates for Hispanic and African American students are around 70-80 percent. Moderate dating has a positive impact on college readiness and college enrollment; serious dating and early sex has a significant negative impact on graduation and college enrollment. This document was submitted as a dissertation in December 2010 in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the doctoral degree in public policy analysis at the Pardee RAND Graduate School.

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worldthinktank.net Development Research Institute UPDATE: Monday March 17, 2014 5:08pm World Bank responds (see end of this post) WARNING: the contents of this message are for private entertainment purposes only. Any unauthorized duplication of this message to score cheap points is strictly prohibited. Email from World Bank, January 27: I am writing to you in reference to a recent publication: “The Tyranny of Experts: Economists, Dictators, and the Forgotten Rights of the Poor” by William Easterly. The events program has hosted internationally renowned speakers including: Amartya Sen, Angus Deaton…Christy Turlington … as well as numerous Heads of States and Nobel Laureates. Email from World Bank, February 5: I am happy to confirm the event on March 18 from 12-2pm. Could you please also send me a copy of the book, so we can provide it to a potential moderator. Email from World Bank, February 6: We are delighted and look forward to a great and exciting event on March 18. Would it also be possible to send me a galley of the book?

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