These records, which are not comprehensive, include correspondence files, 1988-95; administrative files on fundraising, programs,
and events, 1970-93; board minutes, 1988-91; and reports.
The Morrison Institute for Population and Resource Studies, located at Stanford University, leads interdisciplinary study
of population growth and its effects on social structures, national economies, resource availability, and the environment
throughout the world. The three major facets to this endeavor -- research, education, and contribution to the formation of
policy -- overlap in the major programs of the institute.
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