Gregory S. Jones is an adjunct senior defense policy analyst at the RAND Corporation and a member of the Pardee RAND Graduate School faculty. His research has focused on the potential for terrorists and hostile countries to acquire and use nuclear, chemical, biological, and radiological weapons, and the formulation of policies and actions to control and counter these weapons. His most recent work examined ways to improve counterterrorism preparedness for the city of Pittsburgh. He is author or coauthor of more than 60 reports and articles.
Stephen J. Carroll et al., Distribution of Losses from Large Terrorist Attacks Under the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act, RAND Corporation (MG-427), 2001
Gregory S. Jones, From Testing to Deploying Nuclear Forces: The Hard Choices Facing India and Pakistan, RAND Corporation (IP-192), 2000
Brian G. Chow and Gregory S. Jones, Managing Wastes With and Without Plutonium Separation, RAND Corporation (P-8035), 1999