Brookings Institution Think Tank / Policy Group AllSides Media Bias Rating: Center agree disagree 2639/1884 Share this rating: How we determined this rating: Not Completed: Editorial Review Community Feedback: Not Completed: Blind Survey Not Completed: Third-Party Analysis Independent ResearchWhat kind of research does the Brookings Institution do?
Institute for Government Research. The Brookings Institution is an American research group founded in 1916 on Think Tank Row in Washington, D.C. It conducts research and education in the social sciences, primarily in economics, metropolitan policy, governance, foreign policy, and global economy and economic development.Who was the sixth president of the Brookings Institution?
In 1995, Michael Armacost became the sixth president of the Brookings Institution and led an effort to refocus the Institution's mission heading into the 21st century.How much money has the Brookings Institution received?
Since 2008, Brookings amassed nearly $20 million in contracts and grants from 50 agencies – including the Obama Administration’s Office of the President. Despite assets of $496 million (IRS990, FY2014), our OpenTheBooks.com audit shows it was not enough.