Research

Economic policy research by the Institute’s 50+ internationally recognized scholars is the foundation of our mission and work. Our credibility and unmatched reputation for nonpartisan, objective, peer-reviewed research, and diversity of views form the basis of all our publications and commentary.

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At PIIE, analysis and advocacy are based on the research undertaken by our diverse range of scholars. All our research is published and made public. We do not engage in lobbying or private consulting. Individual authors are responsible for their own views, but the Institute subjects their scholarship and writing to rigorous standards and quality control. There is no official PIIE position on any policy issue.

Recent Publications

Policy Brief

Joseph E. Gagnon (PIIE), Steven Kamin (American Enterprise Institute) and John Kearns (American Enterprise Institute)

May 2021
Working Paper

Anna Gelpern (PIIE), Sebastian Horn (Kiel Institute for the World Economy), Scott Morris (Center for Global Development), Brad Parks (AidData; Center for Global Development) and Christoph Trebesch (University of Kiel; Kiel Institute for the World Economy)

May 2021
Working Paper

Julia Anderson (Bruegel), Francesco Papadia (Bruegel) and Nicolas Véron (PIIE)

April 2021
Working Paper

Marie Hyland (World Bank), Simeon Djankov (PIIE) and Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg (PIIE)

March 2021