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IHS helps scholars who support liberty reach a wider audience. We promote their research and connect them with opportunities to publish, speak, and advise at public policy organizations.

We work with scholars from all disciplines, such as economics, international affairs, school choice, environment, budget policy, and more.

We match scholars with projects offered by freedom-friendly organizations:

  • Federal and state-based think tanks
  • Grassroots organizations
  • University-based research centers

We also connect scholars to journalists seeking expert knowledge on timely issues and events. 

Get Connected

To get started, tell us about your research. Contact Saria Sheikh, Research Manager, at 703-993-8159 or email ssheikh@ihs.gmu.edu.

You can also create a faculty profile and indicate your area of research. 

Learn about other faculty resources offered by IHS.

Successes

Prof. Mark Pennington spoke about his latest book, Robust Political Economy: Classical Liberalism and the Future of Public Policy, at a Cato Institute event.  

Prof. Steven Horwitz published an op-ed, The Poor are Not Getting Poorer, in The Philadelphia Inquirer, which led to an interview on Judge Napolitano‚Äôs television show, Freedom Watch

Several academics published research papers with the Texas Public Policy Foundationon budget, education, and energy issues.

Prof. Mark Perry published an op-ed on US manufacturing in The Wall Street Journal.