Think Tanks

Think Tanks
Brookings [to 07 May 2022]
Accessed 07 May 2022
Latest Research
Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Dismantling the ivory tower’s knowledge boundaries
Jacqueline N. Lane and Hila Lifshitz-Assaf
Tuesday, May 3, 2022
A call for open access as the new normal in the social sciences post-COVID

In response to the COVID-19 crisis, governments, policymakers, foundations, publishers, and researchers poured significant resources into scientific knowledge production on COVID-19 and its impacts while also expanding access to such research. The emphasis on the “open access” publishing model—a set of principles and practices through which research outputs are distributed online, free of cost and access barriers—was a boon to researchers studying the crisis and society in general, dismantling disciplinary and socio-economic boundaries within academia as well as boundaries between academia and the general public. By embracing the open access publishing model outside times of crisis, we could dismantle those boundaries permanently, leading to immeasurable benefits for society…
Center for Global Development [to 07 May 2022]
Research [Selected]
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Chatham House [to 07 May 2022]
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CSIS [to 07 May 2022]
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Upcoming Event
An Exit Interview with Henrietta Fore, former Executive Director of UNICEF
May 10, 2022

Kaiser Family Foundation
Accessed 07 May 2022
May 4, 2022 News Release
1 in 5 Parents of Children Under 5 Intend to Get Them a COVID-19 Vaccine Right Away Once Eligible; Most Say Approval Delays Have Not Shaken Their Confidence in Vaccine’s Safety and Effectiveness
About a Third of the Public Thinks the Nation is Facing a New COVID-19 Wave as Cases Rise About a fifth (18%) of parents with children under age 5 say they intend to get their child vaccinated “right away” once federal regulators authorize its use for their child’s age group,…
ODI [Overseas Development Institute] [to 07 May 2022]
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Rand [to 07 May 2022]
Reports, Selected Journal Articles
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Urban Institute [to 07 May 2022]
Research Publications
The Pandemic’s Effects on Early Educators’ Employment and Well-Being
May 5, 2022