Center for Corporate Policy

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Center for Corporate Policy is a partner organizationof the Institute for Policy Studies[1].

Steering Committee

Sarah Anderson is a fellow with the Global Economy Program at the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington, DC. She is the author of numerous articles and publications, including The Field Guide to the Global Economy (with John Cavanagh and Thea Lee), New Press, 2000.

John Cavanagh has been the director of the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington, DC since 1998. He worked as an international economist for the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (1978-1981) and the World Health Organization (1981-1982). He directed IPS's Global Economy Project from 1983-1997. He is the co-author of 10 books and numerous articles on the global economy.

Chuck Collins is a senior scholar at the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS), where he directs IPS’s Program on Inequality and the Common Good. He is an expert on U.S. inequality and author of several books, including Economic Apartheid in America: A Primer on Economic Inequality and Insecurity (New Press, 2005).

Charlie Cray is a policy analyst and the director of the Center for Corporate Policy. He is the former director of the campaign for corporate reform at Citizen Works, and former associate editor of Multinational Monitor magazine. He worked for Greenpeace USA between 1988 and 1999.

Jonathan Frieman is a lawyer and nonprofit consultant. He is the co-founder of several public interest corporations, including The JoMiJo Foundation and the Center for Corporate Policy.

Ilyse Hogue is with the Political Action Team. She is the former campaigns director at Rainforest Action Network (RAN).

Andrew Kimbrell is a public interest attorney, activist and author. He is executive director of the Center for Food Safety, which he established in 1997. After working eight years as the Policy Director at the Foundation for Economic Trends, Kimbrell established the International Center for Technology Assessment (ICTA) in 1994. Kimbrell has written and edited several books, including most recently Fatal Harvest: the Tragedy of Industrial Agriculture.

Katherine Redford is co-Founder and U.S. Office Director, EarthRights International.

Robert Weissman is co-director of Essential Action and editor of the Multinational Monitor, the only monthly publication in the U.S. exclusively devoted to investigative reporting on the activities of U.S. multinational corporations. Weissman is a lawyer and author of numerous articles and publications, including Corporate Predators (co-authored with Russell Mokhiber). He writes a regular column called "Focus on the Corporation".

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