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RAND Policy Experts for Media Interviews
The RAND Public Policy Experts Guide contains details on over 300 research professionals employed by the RAND Corporation. Reflecting a range of public policy issues, both foreign and domestic, these experts are available for comment to policymakers, journalists, and public officials.
To request an interview with a RAND expert, contact the Office of Media Relations at (703) 414-4795 or by email at email@example.com.
- CommentaryMar 07: Reflecting on Gender Equality in Europe, By Barbara Janta (The RAND Blog)
- CommentaryMar 07: Who Does the Affordable Care Act Leave Behind?, By Christine Eibner, Evan Saltzman (The RAND Blog)
- News ReleaseMar 06: Expiration of Terrorism Risk Insurance Act Could Hurt National Security
- CommentaryMar 05: Does Putin Want a New Cold War?, By Olga Oliker (CNN)
- CommentaryMar 05: Ukraine and the Death of Territorial Integrity (The National Interest)
- News ReleaseMar 04: Promise of Value-Based Purchasing in Health Care Remains to Be Demonstrated