Manhattan Institute for Policy Research

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The Manhattan Institute for Policy Research is a New York think tank. It is a policy recommendation organization which supports market-oriented policies and reform. It is based in New York City and was founded in 1980.[1][2]

One of the projects sponsored by the Manhattan Institute is the Empire Center for New York State Policy.

Mission

The Manhattan Institute focuses on publishing works which develop ideas and policies to support free-market ideas and public policy.[3]

Legal reform

The Center for Legal Policy supports reform of the American civil justice system, focusing on tort reform and judicial selection.[4] For a list of papers about judicial selection from the Manhattan Institute, see Manhattan Institute for Policy Research, "Topical Index: Judicial Selection".

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