Economic Policy Institute

Sep 13, 2019

To support the 2019 Peter G. Peterson Foundation Fiscal Internship Program.

Grant Amount (FY 2019): $5,000

To support an event benefiting the Economic Policy Institute's mission to provide workers a voice in economic policy discussions.

Grant Amount (FY 2019): $25,000

To support the development of comprehensive and specific solutions to address the nation's long-term fiscal challenges, as part of the Peter G. Peterson Foundation Solutions Initiative.

Grant Amount (FY 2019): $250,000

To support a public education and engagement effort dedicated to fiscal policy.

Grant Amount (FY 2019): $550,000

To support the 2018 Peter G. Peterson Foundation Fiscal Internship Program.

Grant Amount (FY 2018): $4,500

To support a series of papers on infrastructure spending, including economic efforts, fiscal implications, and the financing and selection process.

Grant Amount (FY 2017): $250,000

To support the 2017 Peter G. Peterson Foundation Fiscal Internship Program.
Grant Amount (FY 2017): $4,500


To support the 2016 Peter G. Peterson Foundation Fiscal Internship Program.
Grant Amount (FY 2016): $4,500


To support research on wage and employment gaps by race and gender.
Grant Amount (FY 2016): $250,000


To support the development of comprehensive and specific solutions to address the nation's long-term fiscal challenges, as part of Year 3 of the Peter G. Peterson Foundation Solutions Initiative.
Grant Amount (FY 2015): $250,000


To support the 2015 Peter G. Peterson Foundation Fiscal Internship Program.
Grant Amount (FY 2015): $4,500


To support the 2014 Peter G. Peterson Foundation Fiscal Internship Program.
Grant Amount (FY 2014): $4,500


To support research and analysis on long-term unemployment.
Grant Amount (FY 2014): $250,000


To support the development of comprehensive and specific long-term fiscal policy solutions to address the nation’s long-term fiscal challenges as part of the Peter G. Peterson Foundation Solutions Initiative II, including the identification of top policy priorities for the new Administration and Congress, the means of implementing these proposals over the first ten years, and how these proposals address the "fiscal cliff."
Grant Amount (FY 2013): $150,000


To support new research and publications in the areas of public investments, tax reform, and income inequality.
Grant Amount (FY 2013): $100,000


To support the development of comprehensive and specific solutions to address the nation's long-term fiscal challenges, as part of the Peter G. Peterson Foundation Solutions Initiative.
Grant Amount (FY 2011): $200,000


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