Economists for Peace and Security

Economists for Peace and Security
(1989; Annandale-on-Hudson, United States; ~72 staff; epsusa.org)

Is a “UN-registered NGO and international network of thirteen affiliated organizations promoting economic analysis and appropriate action for peace, security and world economy.” It works “locally, regionally and internationally to reduce the military burden, and put into effect policy changes that can build a more just and peaceful future.”

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Leadership: Linda Bilmes & David Colt (Co-Chairs)
Budget: $ 38k

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