The Manhattan Institute for Policy Research is a leading voice of free-market ideas, shaping political culture since our founding in 1977. Ideas that have changed the United States and its urban areas for the better—welfare reform, tort reform, proactive policing, and supply-side tax policies, among others—are the heart of MI’s legacy.
We are always looking for entrepreneurial, self-driven, resourceful, and detail-oriented employees to help put the Manhattan Institute's work in the hands of key policymakers and other individuals.
- Event Coordinator
- Editor, Publications
- Design Editor
- Development Officer
- Program Manager, Adam Smith Society
- Vice President of Development
Updated: January 12, 2021