Note: The above tax information belongs to Stanford University as an institution, not specifically to SIEPR. SIEPR does not file separate tax information from the university. The logged donations to SIEPR come from other organizations’ tax documents.

11 transactions on record as a recipient.

Ordered By: Year (Newer to Older)

#
Donor
Recipient
Amount
Year
Link
1Searle Freedom TrustStanford Institute for Economic Policy Research$133,0002011+
2Exxon MobilStanford Institute for Economic Policy Research$50,0002010+
3Searle Freedom TrustStanford Institute for Economic Policy Research$265,0002010+
4Exxon MobilStanford Institute for Economic Policy Research$50,0002009+
5Searle Freedom TrustStanford Institute for Economic Policy Research$257,0002009+
6Exxon MobilStanford Institute for Economic Policy Research$50,0002008+
7Searle Freedom TrustStanford Institute for Economic Policy Research$248,0002008+
8Searle Freedom TrustStanford Institute for Economic Policy Research$124,0002007+
9Searle Freedom TrustStanford Institute for Economic Policy Research$10,8002006+
10Exxon MobilStanford Institute for Economic Policy Research$80,0002005+
11Exxon MobilStanford Institute for Economic Policy Research$90,0002004+
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