About IIER

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The Institute for Integrated Economic Research (IIER) is organized as a transatlantic co-operation between two legally independent non-profit organizations in the United States and the Netherlands. Our objective is to establish macreoconomic scientific models for the 21st century, and proliferate them through our outreach projects.

The Institute for Integrated Economic Research (IIER) is organized as a transatlantic co-operation between two legally independent non-profit organizations in the United States and the Netherlands. Our objective is to establish macreoconomic scientific models for the 21st century, and proliferate them through our outreach projects. Equally, we are focused on maintining the stability of societies and democracies during these challenging times we are living through in a way that safely brings humanity to the 21st century.

In the United States, IIER is represented by a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation (EIN: 27-3932630), in Europe by a Dutch foundation (Stichting Integrated Economic Research,  RSIN 857251247). However, despite the separate legal entities, IIER is managed in an integral way across the Atlantic, with researchers collaborating closely on projects. Each of the legal entities is managed by a Board of Directors according to local law, overseeing activities.

 

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