The Economic Progress Institute
600 Mt. Pleasant Ave.
The Economic Progress Institute works to promote economic security for low- and modest-income Rhode Islanders and ensure tax policies are equitable and adequate to fund public services. We accomplish this through research, policy analysis, education and advocacy.
The Economic Progress Institute works towards the vision that...
- Rhode Island has a vibrant economy with a skilled workforce that attracts and retains jobs that enable Rhode Islanders to support themselves and their families.
- There is a shared responsibility for ensuring that all Rhode Islanders, especially low-wage workers and those who cannot work, are able to meet their basic needs.
- Rhode Island has an effective, efficient, and well-funded public sector that provides vital public services to its residents.
- Rhode Island has an equitable and adequate tax structure.
And we hold the following values....
The Economic Progress Institute is committed to using objective and thorough approaches to its work while adhering to high standards and accountability. The Institute produces credible and knowledge-based materials and information.
The Economic Progress Institute is committed to ensuring all Rhode Islanders, with their rich diversity, have access to economic resources, opportunities and public services to grow and reach their full potential. We engage in strategies to achieve a shared prosperity.
The Economic Progress Institute is an adaptive organization committed to work of the highest quality. We work collaboratively and proactively to develop strategies and partnerships to address economic and social inequities. Our practices include time for reflection, discussion and identification of limitations to ensure our work meets the highest professional standards.
The Economic Progress Institute provides information and opportunities for all Rhode Islanders, especially those who are disenfranchised, to actively participate in public debate and decision-making. We bring passionate leadership and involvement to the issues about which we care
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