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In the summer of 2010, the Peter G. Peterson Foundation established its inaugural Fiscal Internship program in Washington DC, with the goal of supporting the development of young talent in the fiscal policy world. The program pairs college and graduate students interested in the nation’s economic future with public policy organizations working on fiscal issues.
To support and enhance economic and fiscal research and analysis at the Peterson Institute for International Economics.
Grant Amount (FY 2015): $5,000,000
The Economic Policy Institute, a nonprofit Washington D.C. think tank, was created in 1986 to broaden the discussion about economic policy to include the interests of low- and middle-income workers.
Learn about what types of initiatives and programs are eligible for grants from the Peter G. Peterson Foundation.
To support a joint paper on mobility and economic growth.
Grant Amount (FY 2015): $50,000
To support the 2014 Alexander Hamilton Award Dinner.
Grant Amount (FY 2015): $25,000
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To support the development and operation of an online policy forum, "NewTalk," that will enable experts to engage in conversation about the most pressing domestic issues facing America's future, including our economic and fiscal challenges.
Grant Amount (FY 2009): $45,000
To support the development of an integrated model of federal taxes and spending.
Grant Amount (FY 2015): $1,000,000
To support the 2015 Peter G. Peterson Foundation Fiscal Internship Program.
Grant Amount (FY 2015): $4,500
CED is a non-profit, non-partisan business led public policy organization dedicated to policy research on major economic and social issues and the implementation of its recommendations by the public and private sectors. Membership is made up of some 200 senior corporate executives and university leaders who lead CED’s research and outreach efforts.