The Open Philanthropy Project recommended an exit grant of $250,000 to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP) to support the Full Employment Project. This is a renewal of Open Philanthropy's July 2016 grant and falls within its work on macroeconomic stabilization policy. Open Philanthropy continues to think the Project’s work is important but does not have a clear sense of how much of a difference marginal funding makes in driving that work forward. This grant will bring Open Philanthropy to five years of supporting the Full Employment Project, and at this point it wants to take the opportunity to step back and see if other funders may be interested in supporting the Project.
- Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
- Award Date:
- To support the Full Employment Project.