The Center for Economic Accountability is an independent, nonprofit and nonpartisan educational and advocacy organization. Our vision is of a future where free markets and the rule of law create economic opportunity for all, and in which American state and municipal governments efficiently provide essential public services while forswearing corporate welfare and central planning.

Founded in 2018, the CEA is headquartered in Michigan and works nationwide to advance economic opportunity for all by promoting transparency, accountability and reform of state and local economic development initiatives.

While we are a nonpartisan organization, the CEA does generally approach economic topics from a free-market, limited-government “classical liberal” perspective. However, we are dedicated to working with organizations and other stakeholders from across the sociopolitical spectrum and make every effort to find common ground in good faith with all potential allies in making state and local economies more free, fair and open to all.

If you have any questions about the CEA, please feel free to contact us.


The Center for Economic Accountability is grateful for the support of the following organizations:

 

AN_logo_color_download The CEA shares the Atlas Network‘s vision of “a free, prosperous and peaceful world where the rule of law, private property and free markets are defended by governments whose powers are limited.”

Atlas Network grants and training programs have been critical in the CEA’s launch and early growth. CEA President John C. Mozena is a graduate of its Atlas Leadership Academy, and Atlas Network staff and partners have provided critical feedback and insights on strategic planning, fundraising and other factors in launching a new organization.

Learn more about Atlas Network at AtlasNetwork.org.


DonorsTrust DonorsTrust is “The Community Foundation for Liberty,” empowering philanthropic families and organizations who share their commitment to protecting America’s constitutional liberties and strengthening civil society through private institutions rather than with government programs.

DonorsTrust and the CEA have a fiscal sponsorship agreement that enables individuals and organizations to support the CEA’s programs through a charitable donation to a donor-advised fund at DonorsTrust. For more information on this process, visit our “Support” page.

Learn more about DonorsTrust at DonorsTrust.org.