Hispanic American Center for Economic Research

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Hispanic American Center for Economic Research
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Abbreviation HACER
Formation 1996
Type Economic policy think tank
Headquarters Washington, DC, United States
Chairman
Alejandro Chafuen
Revenue (2015)
$59,250[1]
Expenses (2015) $54,209[1]
Website www.hacer.org
This article is about organization. For a definition of the word "hacer", see the Wiktionary entry hacer.

The Hispanic American Center for Economic Research (HACER) is a non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C. with a tax exemption status under section 501(c)(3) of the tax laws of the United States. HACER's mission is to promote the study of issues pertinent to the countries of Hispanic America as well as Hispanic Americans living in the United States, especially as they relate to the values of personal and economic liberty, limited government under the rule of law, and individual responsibility.

HACER does not accept government funding and is supported entirely through gifts from individuals, philanthropic foundations, and corporations.

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  1. ^ a b "Hispanic American Center for Economic Research" (PDF). Foundation Center. Retrieved 16 February 2017. 

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