Overview

  • Organization TypeInstitute
  • Staff501-1000
  • Development Budget50 Million - 100 Million
  • HeadquartersUnited States
  • Founded1916
The Brookings Institution is a nonprofit public policy organization based in Washington, DC. Our mission is to conduct high-quality, independent research and, based on that research, to provide innovative, practical recommendations that advance three broad goals: -Strengthen American democracy; -Foster the economic and social welfare, security and opportunity of all Americans and -Secure a more open, safe, prosperous and cooperative international system. Brookings is proud to be consistently ranked as the most influential, most quoted and most trusted think tank. The research agenda and recommendations of Brookings’s experts are rooted in open-minded inquiry and our scholars represent diverse points of view. More than 200 resident and nonresident fellows research issues; write books, papers, articles and opinion pieces; testify before congressional committees and participate in dozens of public events each year. The Institution’s president, Strobe Talbott, is responsible for setting policies that maintain Brookings’s reputation for quality, independence and impact.   Funding Brookings is financed through the support of philanthropic foundations, corporations and private individuals as well as through an endowment. These friends of the Institution respect our experts’ independence to pose questions, search for answers and present their findings in the way that they see fit. Our board of trustees is composed of distinguished business executives, academics, former government officials and community leaders. An International Advisory Committee is composed of corporate and government leaders from fifteen countries.   GLOBAL ECONOMY AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM The Global Economy and Development program aims to shape the U.S. and international policy debate on how to manage globalization and fight global poverty. The program is home to leading scholars from around the world, who use their expertise in international macroeconomics, political economy, international relations and development and environmental economics to tackle some of today’s most pressing development challenges. Global Economy and Development experts draw on the core strengths of Brookings—authoritative, independent and nonpartisan research, a depth of practical expertise and unparalleled convening power—to address three critical areas: -The drivers of the global economy -The road out of poverty -Global public goods Global Economy and Development is led by Kemal Derviş, who previously served as the head of United Nations Development Programme and as Turkey’s Treasury secretary. He has also taught at several academic institutions, including Princeton and Columbia universities. The program also houses the following centers and projects: -Africa Growth Initiative -Center for Universal Education -Development Assistance and Governance Initiative -John L. Thornton China Center -Latin America Initiative 

Where is Brookings Institution

Careers

Job openings over the past year

11total posted jobs

Examples of past jobs

  • Financial Manager, Global Economy and Development
    United States
  • Fellow/Senior Fellow,The Brookings Global-CERES Economic & Social Policy in Latin America Initiative
    United States

Staff at Brookings Institution have experience in

Sectors

  • market research
  • development
  • research & development
  • tertiary education
  • events / training

Funders

  • united states agency for international development
  • the u.s.-middle east partnership initiative
  • non-governmental organization

Countries

  • yemen
  • qatar
  • uganda
  • egypt
  • libya

Skills

  • managerial experience
  • business development
  • experience in recruitment
  • international experience
  • with experience in conflict areas

Contact Brookings Institution

Current staff

  • Mao-Lin Shen
    Director of Communications, Global Economy and Development Program
    +1.202.797.6421

Former staff

Company Offices
  • United States (headquarters)
  • Washington
  • 1775 Massachusetts Ave, NW

Experience

Primary sectors

Research & Development
Economic Policy
Civil Rights
Legislation / Regulations
Events / Training
Data Management
Torts / Conflict Resolution
Refugees
Project Support
Market Research

Contract Awards

Connecting People to Opportunity14 June 2016

Ford Foundation - Ford Foundation
14 Jun 2016

Religion in the Public Sphere14 June 2016

Ford Foundation - Ford Foundation
14 Jun 2016

Broaden the Process of Intra-Syrian Dialogue28 April 2016

Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Canada) - DFATD-Canada
28 Apr 2016

Collaborative Funding Arrangement For Research (Global)21 March 2016

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (Australia) - DFAT-Australia
21 Mar 2016

Development Assistance And Governance Research23 February 2016

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (Australia) - DFAT-Australia
23 Feb 2016
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