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Over the years, CIPE has actively contributed to policy discussions and thought leadership in the democracy and economic communities.
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Uzbekistan’s Accession To The Eurasian Economic Union: Advantages and Risks

12.07.2020 | Case Studies | Nishanbay Sirajiddinov, Umida Khaknazar, Ziyodullo Parpiev
This blog is part of the series, “Joining the Eurasian Economic Union: Perspectives from the Eurasian Business Community.” It features analysis from renowned economists from EAEU member states and Uzbekistan. This series follows the CIPE-supported virtual roundtable held on October 13, 2020 in p...

Uzbekistan and the Eurasian Economic Union: AmCham Member Company Perspectives

12.07.2020 | Case Studies | Amcham
This blog is part of the series,“Joining the Eurasian Economic Union: Perspectives from the Eurasian Business Community,” which features analysis from renowned economists from EAEU member states and Uzbekistan. This series follows the CIPE-supported virtual roundtable held on October 13, 2020 in...

Russia and the Eurasian Economic Union

12.07.2020 | Case Studies | Vladislav Inozemtsev
This blog is part of the series, “Joining the Eurasian Economic Union: Perspectives from the Eurasian Business Community.” It features analysis from renowned economists in EAEU member states and Uzbekistan. This series follows the CIPE-supported virtual roundtable held on October 13, 2020 in par...

Foreword

12.07.2020 | Guides & Tools
This How-To Guide for Economic Think Tanks: Lessons in Policy Influence and Organizational Vitality captures insights from the experience of the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) and its think tank partners from around the globe. CIPE’s mission is to strengthen democracy around th...

Introduction

12.07.2020 | Guides & Tools
The last decade has witnessed a rapid democratic backsliding marked by declining trust in government, institutions, and business and a shrinking space for a pluralistic civil society. As trust in public and private institutions wanes, increased polarization has greatly reduced reliance on facts, emp...

The Role of Think Tanks

12.07.2020 | Guides & Tools
Think tanks act as brokers of policy knowledge, centers of research, and incubators of new ideas. As brokers, they channel knowledge between scholars, policymakers, and civil society. As applied researchers, they convert multidisciplinary theory and empirics into insights and recommendations package...

Strategic Positioning

12.07.2020 | Guides & Tools
Every think tank makes strategic choices and trade-offs that depend on its purposes, constituencies, and context. A good strategy differentiates a think tank from its peers but aligns the components of its operations toward a common purpose. Ultimately, CIPE views think tanks’ success in terms of ...

Stakeholder Relations and Communications

12.07.2020 | Guides & Tools
A think tank has no greater asset than its reputation. A good reputation attracts supporters and resources, opens access to decision makers and audiences, influences how its message is heard, and protects the organization during crisis. A think tank builds its reputation through the way it conducts ...

Beyond Research

12.07.2020 | Guides & Tools
Think tanks become active participants in the policy process when they engage in advocacy. By pursuing advocacy strategies, think tanks greatly increase the likelihood that their ideas and research will be incorporated into policy. In contrast, if research findings are released without an advocacy p...
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