Public Policy Institute of California
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The Public Policy Institute of California is an independent, nonpartisan, non-profit research institution. Based in San Francisco, California, the institute was established in 1994 with a $70 million endowment from William Redington Hewlett of Hewlett-Packard.
|Motto||PPIC is committed to providing essential information and framing policy debates to shape a better future for California.|
(FYE June 2015)
|Address||500 Washington Street, Suite 600
San Francisco, California 94111
Research by the institute focuses on population issues, the economy, governance and public finance. The PPIC also conducts polls of public opinion on issues related to California public policy. It disseminates its research to state, local, and federal officials, as well as non-profit and private sectors leaders, public media, and the general public. It has organized conferences to focus on significant policy issues, such as the effects of California ballot propositions.
The institute has a visiting fellows program for scholars and a summer intern program for graduate students.
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