Scott Hiromoto completed his Ph.D. coursework at the Pardee RAND Graduate School in February 2013. A U.S. citizen, Hiromoto spent six months as a volunteer in India for Link Overseas Exchange, where he taught English at a Tibetan Buddhist monastery. He received a master's degree in economics, first class, from St. Andrews University in Scotland. He spent his junior year at Queens University in Canada. His job experience includes internships with the U.S. Census Bureau and with a private company in his home state of Texas. His master's thesis was "An Econometric Analysis of Drug Crime."
Scott Hiromoto, Fundamental Capability Portfolio Management: A Study of Developing Systems with Implications for Army Research and Development Strategy, RAND Corporation (RGSD-309), 2013