Mountford was living in Ecuador, where he wrote economic reports for an American think tank.
While in Washington, Eldin also visited the Wilson Center, a think tank that specializes in foreign policy issues.
Later that day, Sayers headed off to a think tank, to join Sakka for a briefing with congressional staffers.
Consider how this plays out in real life as opposed to a think tank.
“The events this year with Ukraine led to his ties with Cato being severed,” a source at the think tank told The Daily Beast.
The Toronto-based think tank points out that inventories and accounts receivable have shrunk by even more than cash has increased.
“Look at the health-care debate,” Nader said Monday, speaking from his office at his D.C. think tank.
Centrism is alive and well in the think tank Third Way, whose advice on health care and the economy has swayed the White House.
But while lawmakers vocally opposed to the deal were scarce, it faced some criticism in the think tank world.
Well, just lemmee drop it into your think tank, an' lay to what I say.
An institution in which scholars pursue research in public policy. Largely funded by endowments and grants, think tanks work to improve public awareness of policy issues (through publications) and to influence the government to act upon issues of national importance. (See power elite.)
A newspaper or magazine article of intellectual virtue or pretension; a thoughtful essay: The Knightly Quest drifts off into a think-piece on the nature of romantics and the state of the nation (1947+)