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Hoover Institution

Hoover Institution

Peter G. Peterson Institute for International Economics Economic Policy Institute EPI advocates for low- to moderate-income families in the United States.[4] EPI also assesses current economic policies and proposes new policies that EPI believes will protect and improve the living standards of working families.[2] History[edit] EPI was founded in 1986 by economists Jeff Faux, Lester Thurow, Ray Marshall, Barry Bluestone, Robert Reich, and Robert Kuttner.[2] EPI's president is Lawrence Mishel. Areas of research[edit] EPI projects[edit] The State of Working America[edit] The State of Working America is EPI’s flagship publication and has been published regularly since 1988. Economic Analysis and Research Network[edit] EPI coordinates the Economic Analysis and Research Network (EARN), a nationwide network of state and regional multi-issue advocacy, policy, and research organizations that operate on a local level. Program on Race, Ethnicity, and the Economy[edit] Broader, Bolder Approach to Education[edit] EPI launched the Broader, Bolder Approach to Education (BBA) in 2008.

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