The Center for Economic and Policy Research has just released its think-tank productivity ratings for 2008. The rankings divide think-tank budgets by number of media hits and web-site visits to determine relative productivity. Lexington Institute was ranked number 2 in a field of 25 for media hits and number 8 in web-site visits. The good news is that Lexington’s web-site was doing pretty well even before it was redesigned and added a security blog this summer. The bad news is that if the productivity metric is changed to number of Pulitzer Prizes awarded or Nobel Laureates on staff, Harvard is still beating us handily.
Find Archived Articles: