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Assistant Policy Researcher; Ph.D. Candidate, Pardee RAND Graduate School
Publications are listed in alphabetical order.
Edward G. Keating, Don Snyder, Matthew C. Dixon, Elvira N. Loredo
Kristin Lynch, John G. Drew, David W. George, Robert S. Tripp, Charles Robert Roll, Jr., James Leftwich
Laura H. Baldwin, John A. Ausink, Nancy Nicosia
Cynthia R. Cook, John A. Ausink, Charles Robert Roll, Jr.
Lionel A. Galway, Richard Buddin, Michael R. Thirtle, Peter Ellis, Judith D. Mele
John A. Ausink, Richard S. Marken, Laura L. Miller, Thomas Manacapilli, Bill Taylor, Michael R. Thirtle
Lloyd Dixon, Chad Shirley, Laura H. Baldwin, John A. Ausink, Nancy F. Campbell
Sara A. Daly, John Parachini, William Rosenau
John G. Drew, Russell D. Shaver, Kristin Lynch, Mahyar Amouzegar, Don Snyder
Bruce R. Pirnie, Alan J. Vick, Adam Grissom, Karl Mueller, David T. Orletsky
Rosalind Lewis, Michael Kennedy, Elham Ghashghai, Gordon Bitko
Evan S. Medeiros, Roger Cliff, Keith Crane, James C. Mulvenon
Keith Crane, Roger Cliff, Evan S. Medeiros, James C. Mulvenon, William H. Overholt