RAND Investment in People and Ideas

This research in the public interest was supported by RAND, using discretionary funds made possible by the generosity of RAND's donors and the fees earned on client-funded research. For information about giving opportunities, see Support RAND.

  • Report

    Improving Dementia Long-Term Care: A Policy Blueprint

    Jun 23, 2014

    As millions of Americans struggle to help loved ones with dementia, policymakers should consider more ways to improve long-term services and supports for the soaring number of people with the debilitating condition and their caregivers.

  • Research Brief

    What to Do About Dementia?

    Jun 22, 2014

    RAND researchers created a blueprint for patients, families, payers, providers, researchers, decisionmakers, and others dealing with dementia to prioritize, plan, implement, and evaluate policy changes to improve long-term dementia care.

  • Report

    The Days After a Deal with Iran: U.S. Policies of Hedging and Engaging

    Jun 10, 2014

    Is the emerging consensus on a set of policies toward Iran and U.S. regional partners the best approach? Or might these policies eliminate opportunities for the United States to alter the U.S.-Iran relationship — and potentially undercut support in Iran for the agreement?

Contributing to the Public Good: Sponsoring Individual Projects

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