The Peterson Institute for International Economics (PIIE) is an independent nonprofit, nonpartisan research organization dedicated to strengthening prosperity and human welfare in the global economy through expert analysis and practical policy solutions.
PIIE’s renowned scholars explore and analyze a broad range of economic topics and issues, including globalization, economic and growth prospects, finance, political economy, and trade and investment, as well as economic challenges facing individual regions and countries.
Anne Applebaum (The Atlantic), Tony Blair (Executive Chairman, Institute for Global Change, and former Prime Minister of Great Britain and Northern Ireland), Martha Minow (Harvard University) and Yascha Mounk (The Atlantic)
Christiana Figueres (Global Optimism; former Executive Secretary, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change), Hal Harvey (Energy Innovation), Ernest Moniz (Nuclear Threat Initiative; former US Secretary of Energy) and Mary Robinson (Former President of Ireland and Chair of The Elders)
Danielle Allen (Harvard University), Agnes Binagwaho (Harvard Medical School, World Health Organization), Gordon Brown (Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom) and Arvind Subramanian (PIIE; Harvard University)