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The Manhattan Institute for Policy Research
(Washington, DC) The Manhattan Institute for Policy Research’s Senior Fellow Diana Furchtgott-Roth, located in Washington, DC, has openings for interns to work with her are on a variety of economic policy issues. Ms Furchtgott-Roth is a former chief economist of the U.S. Department of Labor and served as chief of staff of President George W. Bush's Council of Economic Advisers, as deputy executive director of the Domestic Policy Council and as associate director of the Office of Policy Planning in the White House under President George H.W. Bush, and earlier she was an economist on the staff of President Reagan’s Council of Economic Advisers. Interns will assist Ms. Furchtgott-Roth’s writing and research projects which include a book, columns, research papers, and congressional testimony in labor economics, public finance, energy, health policy, and macroeconomics. Candidates should be motivated and capable of working independently. Qualifications include excellent writing skills, knowledge of economics, facility with statistics and econometrics, and experience with internet research. Experience with statistical software is a plus. Interns will need to bring their own laptops. For an overview of Ms. Furchtgott-Roth’s work see her scholar page: http://www.manhattan-institute.org/html/furchtgott-roth.htm.
Criminal Justice, Economic Policy, Education, Energy, Environment, Foreign Policy / International Relations, Heath / Welfare, Labor / Immigration, Law (clerk), Law (intern), Regulation, State Policy, Tax Policy
Economics, Government / Poli Sci, Law
Washington Legal Foundation
(Washington, DC) WLF is a national, nonprofit, public interest law firm which litigates, publishes, and markets legal studies promoting free enterprise. Interns will research, edit materials, write on legal issues, and assist with other office tasks. This internship is best for undergraduates interested in legal issues. Interns must be articulate, mature, and able to multi-task. www.wlf.org
Government / Poli Sci, Law
Washington Policy Center
(Seattle, WA or Spokane, WA) Washington Policy Center (WPC) is an independent, non-partisan, research and education organization located in Seattle that publishes studies, sponsors events and conferences, and educates citizens on public policy issues facing our region. WPC improves lives of Washington citizens by providing accurate, high-quality research for policymakers, the media and the general public. Interns perform research for WPC scholars and provide some assistance with events and other administrative work. Candidates should have a strong interest in state-level policy, good people skills, and be able to work as part of a team. www.washingtonpolicy.org
(Hartford, CT) The Yankee Institute for Public Policy is a nonpartisan educational and research organization founded more than two decades ago. Today, the Yankee Institute’s mission is to “promote economic opportunity through lower taxes and new ideas for better government in Connecticut. www.yankeeinstitute.org
Economic Policy, Education, Government Reform, Regulation, Tax Policy