Marcy Agmon

Director of Operations and Army Business Liaison, RAND Arroyo Center
Santa Monica Office

Education

M.A. and A.B.D. in international relations, Hebrew University, Jerusalem; B.A. in political science, University of California, Berkeley

Overview

Marcy Agmon is the director of operations and Army Business Liaison for the RAND Arroyo Center. In this position, she develops Arroyo's administrative policies, monitors compliance with Army regulations and contractual obligations, and oversees Arroyo's financial relationship with its client, the U.S. Army. Since joining the RAND Corporation in 1989 as an international policy analyst, Agmon has led or participated in projects for RAND's three FFRDCs on topics such as the control of conventional arms transfers, security strategies for the Persian Gulf, and asymmetric strategies. From 1996 to 2003, she served as assistant dean at the Pardee RAND Graduate School. Agmon holds a B.A. in political science from the University of California at Berkeley, and an M.A. and A.B.D. in international relations from the Hebrew University, Jerusalem.

Selected Publications

Marcy Agmon, et al., Arms Proliferation Policy: Support to the Presidential Advisory Board, RAND Corporation (MR-771-OSD), 1996

Marcy Agmon, George K. Tanham, The Indian Air Force: Trends and Prospects, RAND Corporation (MR-424-AF), 1995

Marcy Agmon, et al., Trends in the Global Balance of Airpower: Supporting Data, RAND Corporation (MR-478/2-AF), 1995

Marcy Agmon, Post-Cold War U.S. Security Strategies for the Persian Gulf, RAND Corporation (R-4268-AF/A), 1993

Honors & Awards

  • RAND Merit Award - 2011, RAND Corporation
  • President's Scholar Award, U.C. Berkeley

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