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The Phoenix Center was established in 1998 with a mission to provide independent assessments of the economic and material implications of regulatory and economic policy in the U.S. and abroad. To achieve this goal, the Center supports objective, solutions-based academic research unencumbered by political hyperbole, partisanship and ideological agendas. Its work is grounded in fact, law and economic theory.
What makes the Phoenix Center particularly unique among Washington, D.C. think-tanks is that many of the Phoenix Center’s members have acted (and continue to act) as senior career staffers in government, rather than as political appointees. In so doing, the Phoenix Center’s atypical public/private collegial environment provides fertile ground for scholars and government alike to work towards developing real solutions for the complex problems facing the United States and the world.