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CEEW featured on the ' 2013 Global Go To Think Tank Index' - Tops India in three categories
31 Jan 2014

# India Rank: 1, Global Rank: 14 – Top think tanks with annual operating budget of less than USD 5 million
# India Rank: 1, Global Rank: 14 – Best policy study/report
# India Rank: 1, Global Rank: 68 – Best institutional collaboration involving two or more think tanks
# India Rank: 5, Global Rank: 68 – Think tank to Watch

CEEW has made a debut on the University of Pennsylvania’s prestigious ‘2013 Global Go To Think Tanks Report’. Running for the past seven years, the ‘Global Go To Think Tank Index’ is considered to be the most comprehensive ranking of the world’s top think tanks featuring a total of 6,826 think tanks and is designed to help identify and recognise the leading centres of excellence in public policy research around the world.The rankings are based on an open survey of several thousand people involved in policy making and think tanks around the world, including members of the media, policy makers and civil society.

CEEW is proud that our efforts are being recognised across the world and we have been ranked 14th globally and 1st in India in the ‘Top Think Tanks with Annual Operating Budgets of Less Than $ 5 Million USD’ category.

We are also South Asia’s only think tank to have been featured in the ‘Best Policy Study/ Report’ category where we were ranked 14th globally for our study on India’s National Water Resources Framework.

In addition, we have also been ranked 68th globally in both the ‘Best Institutional Collaboration Involving Two or More Think Tanks’ and ‘Think Tank to Watch’ categories.

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