The Icelandic Research Centre for Innovation and Economic Growth (RNH, Rannsoknarsetur um nyskopun og hagvoxt) is a think tank which seeks to explore how innovation and economic growth are either encouraged or stifled. A special emphasis is on research of the ways in which free individuals can by spontaneous co-operation, free trade instead of commands, satisfy their needs and improve their lives.
RNH focuses on four major research areas:
- Taxation and the Distribution of Income
- Natural Resources and the Environment
- Innovation and Entrepreneurship
- Victims of 20th Century Totalitarianism
Academic Council: Dr. Ragnar Arnason, Professor of Economics at the University of Iceland, chairman, Dr. Hannes H. Gissurarson, Professor of Politics at the University of Iceland, Dr. Birgir Thor Runolfsson, Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Iceland. Professor Gissurarson is the Academic director and editor of RNH. Both Runolfsson and Gissurarson blog regularly.
Board of Directors: Gisli Hauksson (chairman), Einar Sigurdsson, Eythor Arnalds, Jonas Sigurgeirsson, Jonmundur Gudmarsson, Thordur Thorarinsson
Managing Director: Jonas Sigurgeirsson