The Lauder Institute

Founding Year: 1983

Staff: 14


Martine Haas (Director)

It is a multidisciplinary teaching institution that “integrates comprehensive professional training with interdisciplinary coursework in international politics, economics, history, culture, and language at an Ivy League institution.” It hosts the Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program. which manages “specialized databases of think tanks in areas such as development, democracy, security, international affairs, and health.”



The Lauder Institute contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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