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Mission Statement

The Pacific Research Institute for Public Policy promotes the principles of individual freedom and personal responsibility. The Institute believes these principles are best encouraged through policies that emphasize a free economy, private initiative, and limited government. By focusing on public policy issues such as education, the environment, law, economics, and social welfare, the Institute strives to foster a better understanding of the principles of a free society among leaders in government, academia, the media, and the business community.

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Center for School Reform (CSR)
The CSR explores and promotes a variety of school reform strategies, including charter schools, public-private partnerships, school finance, academic standards, and parental choice.
Center for Enterprise and Opportunity (CEO)
Economic opportunity is the guiding principle of the Pacific Research Institute's Center for Enterprise and Opportunity (CEO). The CEO puts forth sound recommendations for eliminating regulatory and political barriers to entrepreneurial initiative. Its outreach strategy is to put practical programs and people together to encourage economic opportunity.
Center for Environmental and Regulatory Reform (CERR)
Our environmental research promotes "the new resource economics" - an approach to environmental issues that emphasizes markets, property rights and individual incentives as a superior strategy for safeguarding the environment.
Center for Freedom and Technology (CFT)
PRI's Center for Freedom and Technology (CFT), founded in July 1997, is dedicated to protecting the United States' high-tech sector from policies that could hinder its progress. Advancing technology means advancing opportunity and prosperity. This advancement can only be maximized in an economy where government regulation is minimized. Our intent is to educate policymakers, the press, and the public on the specific benefits of an unregulated technology sector.








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