The Gottlieb Duttweiler Institute is an independent think-tank and the oldest organisation of its kind in Switzerland. It is located in Rüschlikon, near Zurich. The GDI is located on the edge of the Park im Grüene.
Established on 1 September 1963, the research institute was conceived by and named after the founder of Migros, Gottlieb Duttweiler. Taking his principle of "Focus on people and not on capital" as its starting point, the GDI researches and debates issues relating to the fields of consumption, trade and society, and current topics of relevance to business and society.
Official Website http://www.gdi.ch/
Address 21 Langhaldenstrasse, Rüschlikon 8803, Switzerland
Coordinates 47°18'7.412" N 8°33'9.678" E