ABOUT EBRI

Who We Are:

EBRI is the only private, nonprofit, nonpartisan, Washington, DC-based organization committed exclusively to public policy research and education on economic security and employee benefit issues.

Founded in 1978, EBRI does not take advocacy positions on policy proposals, lobby for or against proposals, or recommend specific approaches/prescriptions. EBRI does provide objective data on, and analysis of, the range of identified options in order to help others to make more informed decisions than might otherwise be possible.

What We Do:

EBRI conducts and publishes original policy research, analysis, and special reports on employee benefits issues; holds educational briefings for EBRI members, congressional and federal agency staff, and the news media; and sponsors public opinion surveys on benefit issues.

Our primary periodicals are EBRI Issue Briefs (longer, in-depth analysis on one benefits issue) and EBRI Notes (shorter, more topical articles). Other major products include the EBRI Databook on Employee Benefits.

Major studies in progress include the largest national database on 401(k) participant activity, a similar database on individual retirement account (IRA) participants, Social Security reform, health insurance coverage, and health policy reform.

Major surveys include the annual Retirement Confidence Survey, the Health Confidence Survey, and the Consumer Engagement in Health Care Survey.

EBRI’s membership includes a wide cross section of pension funds, businesses, trade associations, labor unions, health care providers and insurers, government organizations, and service firms.

We can be reached at:

Employee Benefit Research Institute
1100 13th St. NW, Suite 878
Washington, DC 20008
Ph: (202) 659-0670
Fx: (202) 775-6312
On the web: www.ebri.org
Twitter: @EBRI or http://twitter.com/EBRI
Blog: https://ebriorg.wordpress.com/

Jack VanDerhei, EBRI research director

Paul Fronstin, director of health research

Craig Copeland, senior research associate

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Sudipto Banerjee, research associate

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