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The Role of Think Tanks in Modern Governance

Remarks at the China Development Forum 2016

Published Mar 19, 2016

by Michael D. Rich

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In his remarks at the 2016 China Development Forum, RAND president and CEO Michael Rich discussed the role of think tanks in modern governance.

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