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a company that does research for hire and issues reports on the implications

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The attack on IBON's website came weeks after the think-tank was tagged by the Philippine government as among the alleged front organizations of the Communist Party of the Philippines and its armed wing, the New People's Army.
Abid said that both think-tanks, can conduct joint research on issues of mutual interest such as Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), climate change and youth development etc.
Mr Franklin Oduro, the Deputy Executive Director of the organization, who touched on the reasons for honouring the brains behind the Think tank, said that the recognition was in the right direction because the Center had attained an enviable position as a leading think-tank in democracy and good governance in the country and beyond, due to the immense contributions by these founding fathers.
Meanwhile, Observer Research Foundation chairman Sunjoy Joshi said New Delhi-based think-tank has for the first time engaged in collaboration in the Gulf region.
It will also be possible to match the appropriate think-tank to the demand--at present most think-tanks work on speculation--hoping that a "client" will be found for their output.
One of the economists rumoured to be coaching the IRGC-hired think-tank is Dr Hussein-zadeh, Professor emeritus of economics at Drake University.
"Realizing that trilateral cooperation should be initiated from people-to-people level, the private sector representative bodies of three countries have reached an understanding for a think-tank organization to conduct through study on possibilities," businessman Pandey told Xinhua.
Other variables surrounding the political and socio-economic conditions that facilitate think-tank cultures and their viability are important but secondary.
PRIVATELY sponsored academy schools, such as Liverpool's St Francis of Assissi, threaten to increase social segregation, a think-tank warned yesterday.
To slow rising costs, the conservative think-tank proposes these measures:
The WSI (Institute of Social and Economic Research in the Hans-Bockler Foundation), think-tank to the trade union federation DGB, became an important training pool for future academics and political activists.
Mario Monti, the former EU Competition Commissioner, was appointed head of a new international economic think-tank based in Brussels, launched on January 18.
ID has moved into the public debate via one well-funded think-tank, Seattle's Discovery Institute, founded in 1990 by a former Reagan administration official and generously funded by financial backers of other religious right causes.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-4 June 2004-Danish think-tank makes recommendations on integrating young immigrants into job market(C)1994-2004 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
THE Welsh economic development minister launched an attack on an independent think-tank yesterday, questioning its impartiality.