IVO's position in the Global Go To Think Tank Index Report 2014

In Philadelphia the annual report of the ‘Global Go To Think Tanks’, containing the ranking of the most influential think tanks in the different regions of the world was  published In the assessment of think tanks in Central and Eastern Europe (Top Think Tanks in Central and Eastern Europe 2014), the Institute for Public Affairs ranked at the 49th place. Overall 578 organisations were evaluated from this region. The following organisations were placed in the top three: Carnegie Moscow Centre in Russia, Centre for Social and Economic Research in Poland (CASE) and The Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM). 

The full report is available on this website.

The ranking was created by the University of Pennsylvania, as a part of the research department The Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program (TTCSP), which deals with the research of think tank institutes and the extent of their impact on the political sphere and the civil society in each country.   

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