think-tank in a sentence

The think-tank has looked at how earnings have changed since the financial crisis in 2008.

His digital library included think-tank papers, computer manuals, and conspiracy theory books.

Le Cercle is a foreign policy think-tank specialising in international security.

Pro-PKK think-tank Yusuf Ziyad believed that this was the beginning of the forming of a Shi’a-Kurdish alliance, by Iran.

Rather, the right-leaning think-tank says it’s a decade of program spending growth that’s to blame.

Mohammed Shafiq, chief executive of Muslim think-tank the Ramadhan Foundation, called them “deeply offensive.”

Straub has said he wants to use the 1,400 room hotel as a think-tank to address social issues such as hunger.

EPC is headed by Dr. Ebtisam Al Qutbi, the first woman to ever head a think-tank in the UAE.

Period,” Robert Bryce, a senior fellow at the conservative think-tank the Manhattan Institute told the Los Angeles Times.

Professor Richard Whitman, of the Chatham House think-tank in London, said Cameron had no choice but to work with Juncker.

But farms soak up 85 percent of the country’s water, above global averages, according to think-tank the World Water Council.

A bigger worry for the Paris-based think-tank is the euro area, which it said “may have fallen into a persistent stagnation trap”.

The closely watched barometer rose to 104.7 points in November from 103.2 points in October, the Ifo think-tank said in a statement.

Or you tell your oven to turn on at 3 o’clock and set for 350.” Nearly 2,000 experts polled by the U.S. think-tank Pew Research agree.