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The Manhattan Institute publishes several websites that provide ready access to our scholars' work. In addition to the comprehensive Manhattan Institute and City Journal homepages, we host issue-specific sites that have each earned devoted niche audiences who are interested in health care policy, tort reform, and intellectual pluralism in higher education as well as issues specific to New York State. Making the work of our scholars easily accessible to journalists, policy makers, and lay readers in a targeted way is essential to our mission of turning intellect into influence.

Manhattan Institute for Policy Research  

The Manhattan Institute's website offers the latest research and articles from our senior fellows and policy centers, including features such as podcast interviews and event videos.

City Journal  

City Journal, the quarterly magazine of the Manhattan Institute, offers online articles from each issue, daily op-eds, cultural reviews, and podcasts on its website.

 is dedicated to economic research and innovative public policies for the 21st century.

 is a web magazine sponsored by the Manhattan Institute that brings together information and opinion on the U.S. litigation system.

 seeks to revive the best traditions of the American university by promoting intellectual pluralism and offering comprehensive resources and in-depth articles on the major challenges facing today’s universities.

 is the first and only public database to aggregate information on shareholder proposals and proxy voting in an easy-to-use format.


The Adam Smith Society is a community of business school students and alumni dedicated to exploring the links between the economy, government, and society.


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that foster greater economic choice and individual responsibility.

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